Front elevation of the Royal German Spa seen in dilapidation, 6 September 1964. The Spa was built in 1825 by Friedrich Struve founder of Hooper Struve, and was patronised by members of the court when in Brighton. With the passage of years the Spa changed to a large bottling business and it was then that the factory and outbuildings were added. In 1965 Hooper Struve gave up the premises and their future is in doubt. It is hoped to save the Pump Room, the main building, but the cost of restoring it and the use to which it could be put may be the deciding factors.

Image Reference: JG_22_111.tif
Date: 1964
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 153x95
Place: Brighton
Additional Information: The spa building was converted to form a Nursery School in the 1970s.

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