Two of the tiniest houses in Brighton, 22 and 23 Upper Russell Street. Flint cottages, they were built early in the 19c and were probably about 130 years old at the time of he photograph. With the adjoining corner house, No. 24 they were removed in 1933/4. They were the first houses of Upper Russell Street to be demolished and this marked the beginning of the vast clearance scheme in this very congested area.

Image Reference: JG_29_128.tif
Date: Unknown
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 128x95
Place: Brighton
Additional Information: Pollard, Bootmaker and Repairer.

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