James Williamson seated outside his film studio and house just off the top end of Wilbury Road, below the Railway line. It was in this studio that many of the first films in England were made. Here also the exact year is unknown, but it must have been within a year or two of the turn of the present century. These buildings can be seen in three photographs of 1975, on the next page in this book.

Image Reference: JG_14_036.tif
Date: c.1900
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 147x114
Place: Hove
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