Photographs of the Haywards Heath Transmitter.(TQ333234)
View of the transmitter from Sussex Road (Wivelsfield Road) on a rainy winters day.
View of the transmitter from Sussex Road (Wivelsfield Road) on a sunny summers day.
View from the transmitter towards St. Paul's church and the Priory Estate.
This photo was taken in the 1980's before there was a tree in the center of the Sussex Square roundabout.
See how bit the tree is today.
View from the transmitter towards Victoria Park.
Back entrances to the shops on the left and South Road is on the right of the photograph.
View of the transmitter from space.
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View of the transmitter from the Priory Estate.
See how big the tree on the Sussex Square roundabout is today. (14/05/2011)
View of Sussex Square in 1911 when it was a square.
This was taken from Sussex Road looking towards South Road and Hazelgrove Road.
The brick wall on the right is the Priory and the start of Franklynn Road.
The Sussex Pub was on the right, behind the photographer but out of shot.
The old COOP and Haywards Heath TV transmitter will be built on the left, behind the photographer in the 1960's.
The green shop in the centre of the photo was last a cycle shop, before being demolished and replaced by the new Dorothy Perkins shop.
Some time after 1950, a small short wall was built on the square to control traffic.
In the late 1970's the wall was replaced by a new roundabout,
but one or two years later when the Priory Estate was built, the roundabout moved by about a foot towards the estate.
London Territorials in Sussex Square, leaving for the Front.
Photograph by Bertram Hyde Tugwell on 12/09/1914.
In this photo you can see the army moving south down South Road across Sussex Square and on to Franklynn Road.
View of Haywards Heath from space in 1950.
St. Joseph's school, St. Paul's church and the Priory are on the right of the photo.
Sussex Square, before the wall or later roundabout was built.
The Haywards Heath transmitter above the old COOP have not yet been built.