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A273 looking north at Clayton - Geograph - 1124412.jpg
A273 looking north at Clayton
Roundabout, Jane Murray Way - Geograph - 1109179.jpg
Roundabout, Jane Murray Way
A273 Slip Road - Geograph - 1640647.jpg
A273 Slip Road
Old Course of Isaac's Lane, Haywards Heath The old course of the road was closed in 2001 when the first phase of the Haywards Heath relief road was moved eastwards to accommodate a new roundabout to connect both the new development of Bolnore and the new relief road to be built on the western side of the town. Now a combined foot and cycle path.
St Paul’s - Geograph - 5591152.jpg
St Paul’s St Paul’s Catholic College in Burgess Hill.
Initial design of the crossroads on the A273 with Northern Arc Avenue
Fairplace Bridge, Burgess Hill - Geograph - 4424244.jpg
Fairplace Bridge, Burgess Hill Marking the northern end of Burgess Hill where the A273 crosses over the River Adur. It was located between the two roundabouts, the one in the foreground containing the junction for the A273 and B2036 and the one beyond the bridge is where Isaac's Lane, the A273, heads north east to Haywards Heath and Cuckfield Road, the B2036, heads north west to Ansty and Cuckfield.
Initial Plans for the western end of the Northern Arc Avenue on the A273
A272 Bolnore Roundabout - Geograph - 5226346.jpg
Looking south at Bolnore Roundabout
The old main road to Burgess Hill - Geograph - 1753088.jpg
The old main road to Burgess Hill Replaced by realigned roads, this road comes to an end with the new road in sight. A turning bay is on the right. It has been retained with access from the other end to serve a few premises.
A23 2nd Southbound exit in Pyecombe - Geograph - 6227676.jpg
A23 2nd Southbound exit in Pyecombe The second exit from the A23 southbound into Pyecombe. Primarily for access to a filling station, however does provide access onto the A273 and A23 as well.


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