Three Bridges (disambiguation)

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Three Bridges may refer to:

Three Bridges village in United Kingdom

Three Bridges is a neighbourhood within the town of Crawley, in the county of West Sussex in England.

Three Bridges F.C.

Three Bridges Football Club is a football club based in Three Bridges in Crawley, West Sussex, England. The club is affiliated to the Sussex County Football Association. They were established in 1901 and were founding members of the Sussex County League Division Two in 1952. In the 1981–82 season, they reached the Third Round of the FA Vase. Currently they are members of the Isthmian League South East Division.

Three Bridges railway station

Three Bridges railway station is located in and named after the village of Three Bridges, which is now a district of Crawley, West Sussex, England. It is at the point where the Arun Valley Line diverges from the Brighton Main Line and Thameslink, 29 miles 21 chains (47.1 km) down the line from London Bridge via Redhill.

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