Viaduct in the Ouse Valley in West Sussex is just 20 miles from the coast at Brighton.
by architect John Urpeth Rastrick in 1841 it's a towering testament to the skill
of early Victorian engineers.
What makes this viaduct special is the that
the design is incredibly elegant and slim with 37 arches, 100 feet high.
extends for 1,500 feet and comprises 11 million bricks.
Balcombe is still
a working viaduct, carrying the main London to Brighton rail line.