History for Plano Subway Map
On the right are two impressive houses, Stone Croft and Plano Subway Map Stone House with very imposing steps and doorway: for many years Stone House was lived in by Plano Subway Map ministers of the Congregational Church. Take the next right into Rosemary Lane, but before you do, look down to Grove House ahead of you with its timbers adorning the side wall. The principal buildings of Rosemary Lane are the Royal British Legion house to the right, and to the left two formidable edifices which remind us that this has been a busy workaday town – the severe redbrick magistrates’ court, and, further down, the police station which dates back to 1835.
You are now at the top of the town and there is a nice view to the rooftops and vegetation of the lower parts of the town and, on a clear day, to the attractive rolling countryside beyond including the South Downs. The magistrates’ court, which continued until the mid-1990s, was right up to its closure a busy court dealing with a good deal of serious crime, but its facilities were a little on the primitive side. On many occasions the first application made to the magistrates was for advocates to be allowed to keep their coats on in court, and whenever there was a heavy rainstorm the patience of all those in court would be tried by the banging of the raindrops or hailstones on the roof above.