This photograph and the next by William Cornish, provide interesting contrasts with those on the previous page. Although taken only about 20 years after the 1853 photograph they show marked differences, not only in the appearance of the church but in the surrounding burial ground. The tall building to the left of the railed tomb is the present 43, Dyke Road, occupied by Clark’s College, but it was than a large private mansion known as Norman Villa, 3 Dyke Road, owned by Mr Marriage Wallis. The original stereoscope photograph.

Image Reference: JG_31_094.tif
Date: c.1870
Image Details: Original sepia toned monochrome print
Size of Original: 137x81
Place: Brighton
Additional Information: No comment

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