The east side of Old Steine, showing Nos. 11-15 on 5 May 1862. These houses, originally known as North Parade, were built between 1780 and 1800 and No. 12, the second from the left; has retained its fa├žade almost unaltered ever since. The next three houses to the south were demolished in 1927 to make way for the present building occupied by J. Lyons tea-rooms.

Image Reference: JG_10_026.tif
Date: 1862
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 114x85
Place: Brighton
Additional Information: No. 15 carries the legend:"The Brighton General Mourning Warehouse". Now, in 2009, occupied by Taj Stores.

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