Photographs of 1963, showing the hoarding screening Nos. 3 to 8, then only recently empty. Four years later they still stand with gaping holes in the roofs. They are part of a suggested redevelopment involving 3-13, and doubtless offices will be built here. Waterloo Place was built from 1818-1820. At No.11 Charles Augustus Busby, Architect of Brunswick Square and Terrace, lived from 1822 until 1830. Named from the Battle of Waterloo – 1815.

Image Reference: JG_20_006.tif
Date: 1963
Image Details: Original monochrome image
Size of Original: 139x103
Place: Brighton
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