Old Shoreham Road, between Holmes Avenue and Sackville Road, was laid out for building in 1930, and allowance for later widening was provided on the north pavement which was twice the width of the south pavement. Similarly, when Nevill Road was projected in 1932 this provision was made on the west pavement and, higher up, on the north side of the road.
In 1967 and the succeeding year the widening of these very busy roads was put in hand and these photographs taken in December 1967, show the roads as they were before the work started. One wonders why Nevill Road was not built to its maximum width right from the start.

Image Reference: JG_17_078.tif
Date: 1967
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 155x116
Place: Hove
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