Altitude 117m a.s.l
Slab wall on the north west side of the bridge © Steven_mark_humphreys
Lots more routes to discover here.
All routes are climbing on the disused railway bridge using the gaps between bricks and chipped mortar.
Fun climbing but not worth attempting when wet, ground can be very muddy and water takes a little time to evaporate from between the bricks (your only real climbing holds) good pair of edging shoes will help!
Park by the recycling bins just off the ashlawn road in the St Andrews field car park. From there, head across the top of the bridge on the foot path toward the polo pitches. just before the 40mph sighns, you will see a gap between the end of the bridge and the polo pitches on your right, head through there and immediately on your right is the slab routes. There is a aireal view picture on here to help.
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