After the setting back of the pavement opposite Westcombe, the Good Companions, and Russell Crescent, two narrow stretches remained. Above, the length from Hove Villa to Belmont, with below, the last of the old trees outside the two houses 128 –130 Dyke Road. Both were cleared during 1963/64, thus completing the widening from Seven Dials to Old Shoreham road. This had started 36 years earlier, in 1928, with the widening from the Bank, in front of the shops, to the Labour Exchange building.

Image Reference: JG_26_128.tif
Date: 1969
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 153x110
Place: Brighton
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