Here are the small photographs of the Chain Pier entrance gates of which an enlargement appears previously (JG_05_002).
This photograph shows the entrance to the Chain Pier esplanade, which followed the curve of the cliff to the Pier about ΒΌ mile away.
The tollgates were erected in 1824 and stood until 1871 when the original Aquarium was built on the site of the Esplanade. Later they were re-erected at Furze Court, Dyke Road Avenue and remained there until quite recent times.

Image Reference: JG_05_005.tif
Date: c.1875
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 129x69
Place: Brighton
Additional Information: No comment

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