General view of Brighton Place in 1937. This was previously called the Knab, a word of Scandinavian origin meaning a hill. Here was the old town well. The Knab also served as a meeting place of the local inhabitants. The Druid’s Head is one of Brighton’s oldest inns.

Image Reference: JG_09_046.tif
Date: 1937
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 114x131
Place: Brighton
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