Disappointed crowds around the Aquarium in the rain on August Bank Holiday, 7 August 1922. Note the long line of motor coaches stretching far into the distance. These then shared with the Railway the task of bringing down to Brighton the hordes of day-trippers for which the town was then famous.

Image Reference: JG_05_157.tif
Date: 1922
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 195x155
Place: Brighton
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