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The Toll House is a reminder of past times.
One reason behind the multitude of lanes and paths in Sussex was landowners establishing their own routes across their own land to move goods and livestock avoiding the toll gates on the main routes.
One of Lindfield's fine houses.
Crossing the river Ouse we passed this Guelder Rose, Viburnum opulus a shrub which will have round red berries later.
Professor William Coleman was the back-marker on this day and pointed out the Figwort below.