Five photographs of this, one of Brighton’s oldest streets, taken in the early 1950s. At the bottom of the street houses were standing empty awaiting demolition.Probably the most interesting feature is the lack of traffic, which may have been due to continuing wartime petrol rationing.
This is a good view of the Running Horse Inn, (formerly the Hen and Chicken) which long ago housed the Town Clink

Image Reference: JG_25_028.tif
Date: 1955
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 69x106
Place: Brighton
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