This photograph was taken in January 1904 from a spot near the junction of the present Woodland Drive and Nevill Road. On the right can be seen the wall surrounding Goldstone Waterworks, unchanged to this day, and the right of way footpath leading to the Three Cornered Copse. Beyond the trees are the buildings of lower Tongdean Farm with the farmhouse screened by the semi-circular clump beyond. The iron railings on each side of the path, traces of which can still be seen at the west edge of the copse, acted as a dividing line between Tongdean Farm and Court farm, West Blatchington. The double line of trees (not shown here) which now flank Woodland Drive by Hove Park were planted in 1906. The wall running away to the left can still be seen behind the houses on the north side of Nevill Road.

Image Reference: JG_17_134.tif
Date: 1904
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 204x157
Place: Hove
Additional Information: No comment

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