Although more than 50 years separate these two photographs, the wooden scaffolding and planks are common to both building operations. This photograph shows the erection of two semi-detached houses in St Keyna Avenue, during 1929, when the large area between New Church Road and Kingsway was being built on. It is said that these are the last houses on the west side, the present numbers 64 and 66.

Image Reference: JG_15_149.tif
Date: 1929
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 208x150
Place: Hove
Additional Information: Such is his attention to architectural detail that J. S. Gray fails to mention the men working on the building are all seated in front for their photograph to be taken.

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