One cannot date this with accuracy. It affords a clear view of the esplanade leading to the Chain Pier, and, by means of glass, the Western Gates and Toll House, can be discerned. These, together with the esplanade, went in 1872, with the building of the Aquarium. Note that at this period before the construction of Madeira Drive, the sea washed right up to the Marine Parade Sea-Wall.

Image Reference: JG_04_013.tif
Date: 1865
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 171x102
Place: Brighton
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