The Viaduct is one of those big pieces of architecture that you notice from afar and ignore close up. So get close for a major neck craning and you’ll get that “how the hell did they ever build this…” feeling. When I look up I get vertigo and I doubt the strength of those spindly looking redbrick supports. Preston Road and Beaconsfield Road are good places to look around, and afterwards you can pop into the nearby Signalman pub.
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Viaduct, Preston Road, Brighton, United Kingdom
Current city: Brighton
Martin Seeds is a photographer from Belfast, Northern Ireland. He completed his BA(hons)Photography at the University of Brighton. Martin is co-founder and contributor to the publishing venture WWYSE. His current project is a search for a lost cultural identity and an investigation into origins. Martin currently lives in Brighton, England.
 

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