Withdean Lodge was demolished in 1961 and flats now occupy its site. The stables and outbuildings, now put to other uses, remain. This photograph of the early 1930s looks from a garden in Withdean Road, across the railway cutting, past Elmslea – now demolished – to Withdean Lodge, then to Cornwall Gardens and finally to Surrenden Road. Note: Varndean Road, leading up to Mount Harry.

Image Reference: JG_34_010.tif
Date: 1930s
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 157x106
Place: Brighton
Additional Information: No comment

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