BRIGHTON BEACHES FROM THE WEST PIER.
Similar to previous [and following] photographs but note the remarkable clarity of detail. At the corner of Cannon Place was a large house known as Cannon Mansion, and this name can be seen on the pediment. It also affords the best view I have seen of Westfield Lodge, the building at the extreme left with its large central doorway. This was the focal building of the old block between Cannon Place and Queensbury Mews and behind it was the open ground used for drilling volunteers.
In 1884, the Westfield Gardens estate, as it was known, came onto the market. It covered in all 67,000 superficial feet and was sold by Wilkinson, Son and Welch in the July of that year.
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