This photograph of September 1938, shows an early nineteenth century street which somehow had lingered on into the twentieth. The heavily placarded wall was at the entrance to George Street Gardens. Just beyond the running boy was Riding School Lane and then the Salvation Army Citadel. Next came Boss's Gardens and Dorset Buildings and so on up the hill. Many of these houses survived the War but all have now gone. What a contrast to the present Edward Street!

Image Reference: JG_24_019.tif
Date: 1938
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 253x183
Place: Brighton
Additional Information: Posters:Astoria- The price of Ignorance. The London Palladium. Welfare, Greengrocer.

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