First three old post boxes - most in Horley date from Queen Elizabeth's reign but here are a few older ones from George V, this one on Horley Row:
this one built into the station,
and this one on Massetts Road just before the junction with Brighton Road.
There are a couple of milestones that I know about in Horley on the A23.
First is on Bonehurst Road just north of the junction with Ladbroke Road opposite the now defunct Chequers Hotel. According to the Milestone Society http://www.milestonesociety.co.uk/aboutmilestones.html it is a Reigate iron casting.
The second is opposite the Lych Gate to St Barts - another Reigate iron casting - it could do with a clean!
The Horley Millennium Mosaic is in the High Street pedestrianised area. It was commissioned by Horley Town Council to commemorate the Millennium and unveiled on 2 December 2000.The mosaic was designed and made by the Mosaic Workshop in Holloway Road, London, and paid for by Mitchells, who were celebrating their centenary that year.
This is a view from the north looking south with Gatwick's runway in the distance.
A closer look at Horley, the railway clearly visible and Yattendon School near the centre.
Almost lost in the grass verge at the junction of Russells Crescent with Victoria Road in front of the hoarding to the new Russell Square development, a George V gas main marker (I think).
This is a photograph of the sculpture at entrance to the Langshott Estate which I took five years ago on 30 January 2010, see http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/1686147
The same view today is a little different, the plaque is still there -
but that is all....