195-199 shortly before their demolition to make way for Marks and Spencer’s new store, built later in the year. 188-189 have been rebuilt and at the extreme left can be seen the new shop front of Saxons Shoe Co., set well back from the original road. One interesting feature is the old flint garden wall of 195 on which has been built a later wall, to enclose shop premises when these were built out over the front gardens of the old houses.

Image Reference: JG_19_101.tif
Date: 1932
Image Details: Original monochrome image
Size of Original: 128x80
Place: Brighton
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