Some ten years later after the photographs on the previous pages were taken, it seemed as if further houses in Gloucester Street would be demolished. When this photograph was taken on 3 March 1968, several houses between 30 and 38 were empty and had their window spaces covered with corrugated iron to keep out intruders. Now, note the difference ( see following photograph) in their appearance seven years later, on 3 August 1975. The corrugated iron has gone, and so have the bay windows of several of the houses. All are occupied and have been given a new lease of life. On the right, note where the entrances to the demolished Gloucester Terrace and Gloucester Cottages still remain.

Image Reference: JG_25_202.tif
Date: 1968
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 156x107
Place: Brighton
Additional Information: No comment

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