CHAIN PIER ESPLANADE
Edward Fox, the well-known photographer of the mid-19th century, took this and the previous photograph. They show the Chain Pier esplanade, from east to west, on 3 June 1860, the day after the French Brig, Atlantique of Nantes, was wrecked off the Albion Hotel beach. The low building on the beach was the Pier Toll House. The next photograph is an enlarged view.
Image Reference: JG_05_013.tif
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 63x68
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