The five small photographs on this, and the succeeding page, are of buildings in Gloucester Street and turnings off. This area was developed in the 1840s and with the passage of 110 years they were no longer up to present day living standards. Accordingly Brighton Corporation made a clearance order and in 1961 most of the buildings were demolished, though Gloucester Passage still remains. The vacant space is now used as a car park. Small houses, five on the east side, four on the west, and one at the end of this narrow passage. Photographed – 10 October 1958

Image Reference: JG_25_192.tif
Date: 1958
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 111x161
Place: Brighton
Additional Information: No comment

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