A plan and section of a railway from Epsom to Dorking, co. Surrey, is attached to the front of the main plan, which shows the proposed railway from Dorking to Horsham; in the latter parish a junction is intended; one line is to follow the valley of the River Adur to Shoreham, and then run E. to Hove, the other is to follow the valley of the River Arun to Arundel and Littlehampton. Central Horsham and part of the Alexandria wharf area of Kingston Buci are shown in enlargement, but no scale is given; however, the enlargement in Horsham is on a scale of approx. 28 in. to 1 m. Sussex parishes: Rusper, Warnham, Horsham, Nuthurst, Shipley, West Grinstead, Cowfold, Henfield, Upper Beeding, Botolphs, Coombes, Old and New Shoreham, Kingston Buci, Southwick, Portslade, Aldrington, Hove; Itching-field, Billingshurst, Pulborough, Wisborough Green, Stopham, Hardham, Greatham, Coldwaltham, Amberley, Bury, Houghton, North and South Stoke, Burpham, Warningcamp, Lyminster, Arundel, Rustington and Littlehampton. Shows limits of deviation on either side of the routes, loop line to connect the wharves between Egypt and Alexandria on Shoreham Harbour, route of the Shoreham branch of the London-Brighton railway, nearly a mile of the Brighton-Chichester railway, occupation roads, bridle paths, mill pond in Warnham, most of western Horsham, proposed diversions of roads in Upper Beeding and Southwick, lime kilns, chalk pits, quarry, position of windmill in New Shoreham, light-houses in Kingston Buci, position of windmill and turnpike in Arundel, most of northern Littlehampton and ferry-route over River Arun. Names farms, barns, Warnham Mill, Springfield Place [Park]; London Road, Chapel Lane and The Bishopric in Horsham; Cock inn, Cobbs Hall [Copsale] and Mill, Daniefold [Danefold] Corner, Joelsfield [Jolesfield] Common, [Great] Betley, King's Barn, Beeding Street, wharves called Egypt and Alexandria, Schooner inn, Fishersgate; Fewhurst, Parbrook, Lordings, Woodlands, North Wood Rough, Thorns Common, Lock House, Pittingdean [Pythingdean] and Marsh, Stopham and Houghton Bridges, Peppering, Arundel Bridge. There is a section, horizontal scale as above, vertical scale 1 in. to 60 ft. which gives gradients and includes cross-section of points where roads and railway meet. Printed book of reference giving owners and occupiers.
There is no plan no. 98.