Luton Heritage Forum

Hayward Tyler

Address : Hayward Tyler, Luton

Grid Reference : TL1007020991

Site Status : Draft Local List

Site Description : Second World War gun emplacement part of Hayward Tyler’s works. The firm dates back to 1815 and opened its Luton factory in 1871. Visible from the train but easily mistaken for the base of an old chimney.

Information provided by Luton Borough Council.

Reasons for inclusion on local list : Historic Interest; Association with Individuals or Events of Special Local Value

Site Location (OS map and aerial view)

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External Links

Bing Maps view - an angled aerial view centred on the current site, which is marked with a blue dot. Bing enables you to move round and view all four sides of the building (n.b. when viewing from other angles, the blue dot may not always indicate the correct building).

Wikipedia's Glossary of Architecture - you might find this helpful if you are not familiar with all the architectural terms used to describe this site. There are links to other glossaries on our Links page.

Nearby Sites

These are the closest sites to Hayward Tyler and are all within about 500 metres :

Crawley Green Road
Crawley Cemetery and lodge [Draft Local List]
Hart Hill Drive
Gas Lamp Outside Number 10 Hart Hill Drive [Grade II listed]
Gas Lamp Outside Number 32 Hart Hill Drive [Grade II listed]
30 Hart Hill Drive [Draft Local List]
Park Street
101 Park Street [Grade II listed]
113 Park Street [Draft Local List]

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