This folly consists two short passages cut into a sandstone outcrop located in the Sussex Weald. It has two entrances, from which a tunnel leads to a room with a large brick lined vent in the ceiling,. Not much is known about the history of this underground feature but it is probable that is was a small sand mine.
I have had a number of requests for further information about the location of this folly. I visited a number of years ago, as part of a trip with the Kent Underground Research Group, and I am unable to remember the exact location. If anyone can pinpoint it for me, I'd greatly appreciate it.
One of the entrances
Looking back towards the entrance
Junction in the tunnel
Higher ceiling in this section, lined at the top
Entrance to the room
Looking up to the vent in the ceiling