If you study closely the hedge above, traces can be seen of the remains of an iron fence. The hedge and railings marked the boundary between Tongdean Farm to the east and Court Farm to the west. They started at Dyke Road and followed the Copse down the hill, crossed what is now Goldstone Crescent and finished by the double row of trees in Hove Park facing Woodland Drive. Above, the long unmade stretch of Woodland Avenue, which has been in this state since 1938. Date of all photographs – 21 March 1965.

Image Reference: JG_17_148.tif
Date: 1965
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 154x110
Place: Hove
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