CLAYTON TUNNEL HOUSE, Clayton, Sussex. (See comments box for story).

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Roy Pledger on December 20, 2011

A fine castellated building at Clayton near Brighton in Sussex, is not all that it seems to be. This unusual Gothic style home, a Grade 11 listed building, with its castellated façade, was built in 1836 by the London and Brighton Railway Company, over the entrance to Clayton Tunnel, to house a railway policeman come signalman. This detached Victorian residence comes complete with three bedrooms, a bathroom in one turret and a kitchen in the other; and a garden with ghostly stories of railway victims roaming therein. Who lives in a house like this?

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Photo taken in South Downs National Park, North Street, Lewes, MIdhurst, West Sussex GU29 9DH, United Kingdom

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    by Roy Pledger

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