Crawley, Perryfield Road 1907

Crawley, Perryfield Road 1907

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Memories of Crawley

The Birches Three Bridges

I too remember playing by the River Mole; great excitement when we found what we thought was a dead scorpion on the riverbank. When they we building the Three Bridges estate, they had a narrow gauge railway for ...Read full memory

A memory of Crawley by David Randall

County Oak A23 Southdown Coach Station

The Coach Station had a cafe (or restaurant) backing a large parking area for London to Brighton Southdown Coaches. It was sited 100 yards south of the County border opposite "Overton's" Beehive workshop ...Read full memory

A memory of Crawley by Tony Tester

Tilgate Park Stables 1964 To 1966

We used to live in the stables part of the old house, when it was used as council homes. The old house was still there when we moved in. I remember it being vacant and briefly owned by a 'famous' footballer ...Read full memory

A memory of Crawley by Jane Jones

West Green Primary School

The picture shows the Junior School assembly hall which also doubled for PE with neatly stowed ceiling ropes and wall ladders. The headmaster was Mr Dennis who I believe lived in nearby Smalls Mead. I remember Mrs ...Read full memory

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History

In 1268 the earldom passed to the Beauchamp family, who set about the task of rebuilding. On the right is Caesar's Tower, which rises to a height of 147 ft. It was built by Thomas Beauchamp.

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