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Snow in Round Hill

Princes Road on the morning of Monday 2nd February 2009.

Princes Road


Crescent Road and the snow is thickening.

Crescent Road


Wakefield Road and not many cars moving.

Wakefield Road


The Cats Creep steps and no sign of any cats.

The Cats Creep


East of the Cats Creep and the sycamores still standing.

East of The Cats Creep


West of the Cats Creep and an orchard still waiting.

West of The Cats Creep


Roundhill Crescent and a quiet Upper Lewes Road.

Roundhill Crescent


A red telephone box, perculiar in its Regency setting, collects snow.

Roundhill Crescent


People playing in the street - peculiar these days.

Roundhill Crescent


Ashdown Road - reclaimed by pedestrians.

Ashdown Road


The snow spells DEFEAT for vans and cars.

Ashdown Road


The joys of public open space come to Round Hill.

Ashdown Road


The former Victoria Pub awaits possible conversion into two houses.

Richmond Road


The former Esso Garage site awaits its fate.

D Aubigny Road


D'Aubigny Road has decided to go nowhere.

D Aubigny Road


Nothing stirs and it would normally be a working day.

D Aubigny Road


But Roundhill Crescent has rediscovered play.

Roundhill Crescent and D Aubigny Road


They're taking on the residents of Upper Lewes Road.

Roundhill Crescent and Upper Lewes Road


The battle lines have been drawn.

Upper Lewes Road


Even the main roads have been reclaimed.

Upper Lewes Road


And quantities of snow collected for the fight.

Upper Lewes Road


No buses, so there are an unusual number of walkers.

Upper Lewes Road


This page was last updated by Ted on 02-Feb-2009
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