Tea gardens at Dennett’s Corner, the Dyke, with the buildings of the Dyke Station in the Valley. Period unknown, but certainly before 1914. Before the coming of the motor buses a good trade was done here as all passengers and the railway had to pass here to and from the Dyke. Trade dwindled during the 1920s as buses took people straight to the Dyke Hotel and the tea-rooms closed before the railway finished.

Image Reference: JG_37_129.tif
Date: c.1912
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 202x121
Place: Hove
Additional Information: Pot of tea, with bread & butter and cake, 6p.

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