Nearly 90 years after Mr J J Clarke opened his ‘bread factory’ at Goldstone Farm, West Brighton, in June 1887; the end came suddenly for these premises. In October 1976, Clarks of Hove closed down, almost abruptly. The entire range of buildings, which had extended from the original premises a long way along Newtown Road, soon became empty. As soon as it was announced that the buildings were to be demolished I had these photographs taken on November 27, 1977. This view shows the original building. Compare this with the photograph of about 1900 on a previous page.

Image Reference: JG_16_105.tif
Date: 1977
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 150x92
Place: Hove
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