A most dismal purlieu off Church Street. The cottages faced east and the gaunt, grey flint walls intensified their gloomy appearance. There were 12 cottages with four outside WCs seen against the facing wall. Photographed January 1935, they were removed in the following year and commercial premises now stands there. The reverse view to the narrow entrance from Church Street,

Image Reference: JG_25_096.tif
Date: 1935
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 123x148
Place: Brighton
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