Yet another of Brighton’s taverns which has long since disappeared. Tidy Street was built in the 1840s and No. 33 seems to have been a public house from the start. In the 1850s it was known as the Brazen Star (an unusual name) but assumed its later name a few years afterwards. It was delicensed in 1922, since when it has been a private dwelling. Year of photograph unknown – could be 1890s or 1900s.

Image Reference: JG_25_226.tif
Date: 1890s-1900s
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 220x192
Place: Brighton
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