View of the front entrance to the Royal York Hotel, in Old Steine, about 1870. The adjoining houses, built in the 1830s, were originally separate private houses numbered 42 & 43, but they were soon taken into the Hotel, the ground floor rooms of the corner house being known as the Royal York Shades.

Image Reference: JG_10_017.tif
Date: 1870
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 87x87
Place: Brighton
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