Consequent upon the decision to demolish Union Church, in Queen Square, the narrow adjoining Air Street was also affected. Laid out about 1850 when the Church was also projected, it consisted of small lock-up shops and the larger Union Church Hall, seen at the extreme left. Following the demolitions, the shops facing the Church were spared. Date of photographs – 25 March 1984.

Image Reference: JG_21_040.tif
Date: 1984
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 153x153
Place: Brighton
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