Without the caption, most people would find it difficult to say where these houses are. Built in 1905, and named after the builder Mr Payne, who lived at No.2, these were 8 small flats, and are still to be found in Roedale Road, just above Hollingdean Street. In 1915, when the photograph was taken, the only other houses to the North were those seen, which is Hollingbury Place. For the corner house of that road, seen overleaf. The track behind the terrace is now Dudley Road, and the track in the foreground, Hollingdean Terrace. Serious development of these roads started in the 1920s.

Image Reference: JG_20_106.tif
Date: 1915
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 203x154
Place: Brighton
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