These two photographs show the long line of trees which formerly stood in the gardens of Coddrington Place, so named after Rear Admiral Sir Edward Codrington, who lived at Hampton Lodge, at the corner of Hampton Place and Western Road. It was here in 1906, the new building line was established, the road was widened and shops built over the gardens. This view eastwards, is from Bedford Place, July 1899.

Image Reference: JG_19_009.tif
Date: 1899
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 160x155
Place: Brighton
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