One of Brighton’s meaner streets, it took its name from the Prince Regent as it was actually built during the period of the Regency, 1811 – 1820. Thomas Furner, who lived at No.40, built most of the tall three storied houses. Above the heads of the children, on the left, was a white stone let into the first floor wall. This bore the inscription “Furner’s Buildings – 1820”

Image Reference: JG_25_101.tif
Date: 1956
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 104x150
Place: Brighton
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