The widening of this important north-south road, from Hollingdean Road to Falmer, commenced in 1962 and is still continuing in 1968. The work was carried in stages commencing with the stretch from Preston Barracks to Moulsecombe Place, and the final obstacle to be dealt with was to carry one lane of the dual carriageway through the railway arches. This will pass through the west arch that was buttressed many years ago. These photographs of 8 September 1963 show the arches from both directions and nearly five years later the work has yet to be started.

Image Reference: JG_28_181.tif
Date: 1963
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 147x96
Place: Brighton
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