Redcross Street, at the same period – July 1959. Built at the same time, it was almost indistinquishable from Whitecross Street, both consisting of small cottages in varying stages of dilapidation. Many of the streets in this area seem to have been named after streets in the City of London, viz., Cheapside, Fleet Street, Wood Street, Whitecross Street and Redcross Street, while Bread Street is not far away.

Image Reference: JG_25_239.tif
Date: 1959
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 157x106
Place: Brighton
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