These arches under the roadway known as railway approach, were something of a mystery. Originally there were 17 arches, each 14 feet wide, along the whole frontage of Railway Approach up to Denmark Villas. These arches had a depth of 30 feet, which carried them well under the road. Mr J.R. Lidbetter, Builder of 7 Goldstone Road deposited the plans with Hove Commissioners on 25 May 1877, and the arches built soon afterwards. Photographed February 1959. Now the site of Cliftonville Court, a large block of flats.

Image Reference: JG_14_055.tif
Date: 1959
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 153x108
Place: Hove
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