THE BRIGHTON RAILWAY WORKS
Compare this modern photograph with that on the previous page. Both were taken from Prestonville Road looking New England Road. 95 years separate the two photographs but there are still many similarities. Note the cross over line, The Shakespeare’s Head, the sweep of Howard Place and in the far distance, Elm Grove.
The bridge across the railway is now much wider than it was. It was widened as long ago as 1862 and has been strengthened by steel girders.
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