All one can say about this photograph is that it was taken in the 1880s. The wood and iron railings, the state of the West Pier and the rails of Volk’s Railway, are proof of this. This photograph gives another good view of how, in those days, the sea came much higher up the beach than it does today.

Image Reference: JG_05_147.tif
Date: 1880s
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 205x138
Place: Brighton
Additional Information: No comment

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