After the demolition of the houses seen on the previous page, Marks and Spencer extended their store over part of the site, the remainder being used as a car park for several years. This was hidden from view by the long high fence seen in the above photograph, taken in 1969. The imprint of one of the removed houses can be seen against the wall of the Labour Exchange building. Finally, the Car Park was given up, and now, in 1983, a large block of offices is being built here.

Image Reference: JG_26_221.tif
Date: 1969
Image Details: Original monochrome print.
Size of Original: 208x147
Place: Brighton
Additional Information: View from St Nicholas Churchyard

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