Hidden Horsham - Miscellenaneous
This looks a lot like a greenhouse on a rooftop but it is more likely that it is a skylight. It is in a state of disrepair and probably supplies water to the occupants below. This view is from the new car park in Black Horse way, it cannot be seen from the ground but it would be about here
On the far side you can make out a cranking arrangement by which the windows can be opened suggesting that there is a high ceilinged room beneath
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This is just above the Horsham Club in the carfax. Although the pidgeon deterents are in place they are barely visible and do not detract from the detailed workmanship.
It was built in 1897 and was designed in the Queen Anne style by the architect Frederick Wheeler FRIBA who had offices in Horsham
Click on the image for the full size photo. The two photos below date from 1930 and the building featured is to the left hand side. Note that the Jubilee Fountain has been moved to Copnall Way, near to the Black Jug and the War Memorial is now further around the Carfax,
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