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Diana's Dyke


<b>Diana's Dyke</b>Posted by juameiImage © juamei
Nearest Town:Ewell (1km SW)
OS Ref (GB):   TQ227634 / Sheets: 176, 187
Latitude:51° 21' 21.09" N
Longitude:   0° 14' 15.49" W

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This was a cleanup day around South London, visiting a few sites that I hadn't before. I had a good day for it and some pleasant company, so the day was an undoubted success. We did a loop from West to East, starting at Diana's Dyke, then Gally Hills, Croham Hurst and finally attempted to get onto Caesar's Camp.

Having done my list within the M25 and it was only 3pm, we headed outside to North Kent. First up was Squyerres Park but another nono, so we finished up at Oldbury again which is rapidly becoming a fav of mine.

All in all a nice productive day.

A quick word though, if you intend to do this South London wander, make sure you take in Morden Park at the start and Chislehurst Caves & Winn's Common at the end. Actually, depending on your start time, you might want to reverse the route as well. That way you can be first in to Chislehurst caves & set up the day nicely.
juamei Posted by juamei
21st April 2003ce


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Marked as "Long Ditch" on the orange OS map, this was possibly associated with the Iron Age settlement on Nonsuch Park (ADS). juamei Posted by juamei
19th April 2003ce
Edited 21st October 2003ce