MADEIRA DRIVE AND MARINE PARADE
An excellent, clear photograph of the eastern seafront, taken not long after Madeira Drive came into being, though not differing in many respects from other photographs of the period. This would be between 1871 (building of the Aquarium) and 1880 (removal of the all-wooden parapet railings). The West Pier stands out prominently in the distance.
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Size of Original: 261x145
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