A photograph of the 1900s when this was little more than its name implied, a droveway from the west over the hills to London Road and to Lewes. The farm buildings formed part of King’s Farm and Diary, but before long this became Hole’s Farm and the buildings were modernised to their present form. The existing workers dwellings were there then but are hidden from view, partly by the narrowness of the road. Residential development started early in the 1920s and as this gathered momentum the farm, as such, ceased to exist, becoming a depot for the Dairy.

Image Reference: JG_17_136.tif
Date: 1900s
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 153x111
Place: Hove
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