File:A2300, Burgess Hill Link Road (C) Simon Carey - Geograph - 1109069.jpg

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Description:A2300, Burgess Hill Link Road (C) Simon Carey
Opened in 1997 to provide easier access for the expanding town of Burgess Hill with the A23. Previously, travellers either used the A272 and B2036 via Ansty or those with a little more local knowledge used the Job's Lane turning at Hickstead and a series of country lanes via Goddard's Green into the western edge of town. The former was problematic as it also carried all of Haywards Heath's traffic whilst the latter turned narrow country lanes into rat runs. Taken from the crossroads with two minor routes, Stairbridge Lane and Pookbourne Lane, the old style finger post has been moved from Job's Corner.
Location:50.967667, -0.186169
Road:A2300
Date:04 01 2009
Photographer:Simon Carey and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence
Source:Geograph

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current20:34, 4 July 2014Thumbnail for version as of 20:34, 4 July 2014450 × 640 (88 KB)Vlad (talk | contribs)'''A2300, Burgess Hill Link Road (C) Simon Carey '''<br/>Opened in 1997 to provide easier access for the expanding town of Burgess Hill with the A23. Previously, travellers either used the A272 and B2036 via Ansty or those with a little more local kn...
20:34, 4 July 2014Thumbnail for version as of 20:34, 4 July 2014450 × 640 (88 KB)Vlad (talk | contribs)'''A2300, Burgess Hill Link Road (C) Simon Carey '''<br/>Opened in 1997 to provide easier access for the expanding town of Burgess Hill with the A23. Previously, travellers either used the A272 and B2036 via Ansty or those with a little more local kn...

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