12, 13 and 14, Pavilion Parade, in 1933, shortly before their demolition. 1 and 2, Old Steine, which adjoined these houses to the South had been removed in 1929, and after the clearance of these three houses, the roadway was widened by several feet.
Pavilion Parade was built about 1800, and, of course, derived its name from the Royal Pavilion which it faces.

Image Reference: JG_24_003.tif
Date: 1933
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 155x98
Place: Brighton
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