View eastwards along the open beach, a few years later, in 1966. This long central beach was then completely ungroyned between the massive groyne near the Grand Hotel and the East Street groyne (seen). To remedy this, three wooden groynes have been built at intervals along this beach and these have had the effect of building up the shingle bank.

Image Reference: JG_04_103.tif
Date: 1966
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 13x107
Place: Brighton
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