THREE BRIDGES Some of the better parts of Crawley such as Pound Hill are close to this station. One-bedroom flats in Pound Hill cost about £120,000; three-bedroom detached houses about £210,000 (see Crawley ahead). Three Bridges, so called because of the bridges over the River Mole, was a village in its own right before Crawley was first thought of. It contains some Victorian terraces that sprang up around the railway station, but the bulk of it was built in the early Fifties when more than 2,000 houses were put up for 4,800 newcomers. Prices are about the same as those in Crawley.