Trains of the London to Brighton and South Coast railway in the cutting between Hove and Portslade Stations in 1906. Engine at rest just east of the Olive Road Bridge. The trees at the left are those masking Hove Cemetery, and on the vacant land now stands the houses of Isabel Crescent, built in 1927. Opposite, the empty land was used for the building of Hove’s first Council Estate at Ingram Crescent.

Image Reference: JG_16_033.tif
Date: 1906
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 154x99
Place: Hove
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