Until just a few years ago not many Brightonians could have known of the existence of these two houses. They were within the privately enclosed Depot and Abattoir and were approached by a narrow private road, leading in from Ditchling Road, which widened and ran down to emerge through large gates into Hollingdean Road, just opposite the Skew bridge. Doubtless senior staff at the depot occupied them. Now, with the road open they are more accessible to the public. Note the Depot chimney and the building in Florence Place, by the Jews Burial Ground. No number could be found on the adjoining house. Date of these photographs – 29 November 1964.

Image Reference: JG_20_085.tif
Date: 1964
Image Details: Original monochrome image
Size of Original: 152x100
Place: Brighton
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