57 and 58, New Dorset Street, in December 1941 shortly before their demolition. 57 was an excellent, though rather late, example of Brighton’s flint faced cottages. This street was built at odd times between 1820 and 1840, which accounted for the different types of houses, which made up the street. It was so named to distinguish it from the much earlier Dorset Street, off Edward Street.

Image Reference: JG_31_133.tif
Date: 1941
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 154x96
Place: Brighton
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