One can only guess at the period of this photograph, but it must have been after 1941, because in that year the Holy Cross Church had been consecrated to replace the original building which then became a church hall. By now the road Downsway had replaced the old narrow track, it was channelled and paved and many houses had been built along the north side. Plenty of grass along the verges, though.

Image Reference: JG_33_076.tif
Date: post 1941
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 132x81
Place: Brighton
Additional Information: No comment

The digitisation of this Volume was sponsored by The Regency Society
This image is copyright and is made available for personal study only. Commercial reproduction in any media is prohibited without written authorisation.
High resolution images for commercial use are available. Please contact The Regency Society