Three photographs of the tiny first Marks and Spencer shop in Brighton, at the corner of these roads. It was opened after the end of the 1914/18 war, and was known as the Bazaar, selling household items and clothing at very cheap prices. The shop was closed in the mid-1930s soon after the present large store in Western Road was erected. The year of the photographs is not known but it is obviously in the 1920s.

Image Reference: JG_25_172.tif
Date: 1920s
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 130x88
Place: Brighton
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