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Written by Paul Davis - 22 Aug 2004
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Location notes
Mid way between Hastings and Ashford on the Marshlink line.
Railway type and traffic
Marshlink units.
Environment
A small town - very popular with tourists and busy in mid summer.
Road directions
Signposted off of the A259 which passes through Rye.

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Rye map co-ordinates
Parking
Plenty [1] of Pay and Display parking but note Rye can be very busy in peak tourist times

[1] Very few large car parks but many small places.
Public transport
Approx hourly train each way, and on some local bus routes.

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Amenities
Shops and facilites can be found in the town.
Accommodation
In the town.
Sun Compass
Sun Compass using Suncalc by brought to you by Vladimir Agafonkin:
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Rye

Googly map
Streetmap links
Rye general view map
Rye close up map

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Rye



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Photographic notes
Offset platforms so best times vary by direction.

The 'windmill' shot (just SW of the station) is really an afternoon shot if the sun is out.


General views - All photographs © Paul Davis unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking north east


Fig 1 - Looking north east


Fig 2- Looking south west


Fig 2- Looking south west


Fig 3 - Looking north east


Fig 3 - Looking north east


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