Laying the rails in Lewes Road, opposite St Martin’s Church and St Paul’s Street, in 1901. The long line of Elm trees, which were probably planted at the same time as the original trees in Elm Grove, were removed soon after the trams started running as they inconvenienced passengers on the upper deck.

Image Reference: JG_28_010.tif
Date: 1901
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 153x107
Place: Brighton
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