Station Road

Station Road was built in the 1880s. The detached villas built by Moses Nightingale were named after his favourite Scottish holiday locations. Crawley Baptist Church was built here in 1883, but was severely damaged in an air raid in 1943, and the Police Station occupied one of the houses in the road. At the far end of the street a wheelwright and blacksmith occupied Cox's yard, which later became Harrison's builder's yard. All the buildings were demolished in 1985 for redevelopment.