The works of Bennetts' the stone masons, facing Hove Cemetery, about 1890. It was erected here soon after the Cemetery opened in 1880 at which period this area was very remote from Hove which was all then south of the railway line. To the left of the house can be seen the wooden fence of the Dyke railway line, while on the right are the large trees, now to be found in Holmes Avenue, and West Blatchington Windmill.

Image Reference: JG_16_144.tif
Date: c.1890
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 153x109
Place: Hove
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