I had these two photographs taken on 5 April 1981, because at that time there was a likelihood that a large area, known as the Golden Lane area, would be redeveloped. Although plans were agreed by the Planning Officers of both Brighton and Hove nothing came of it, probably due to the recession, and the buildings are still standing, many years later. They are on the east side of the street and the entrance to the old Anchor Brewery can be clearly seen. Compare these with the old 1900 photograph on an earlier page. The site straddles the Brighton and Hove boundaries and for the Western Street, Brighton photographs, taken on the same day, see the West Brighton album. Lets hope that something will soon be done.

Image Reference: JG_11_016.tif
Date: 1981
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 126x127
Place: Hove
Additional Information: No comment

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