A prosaic little cul-de-sac of 6 red brick houses which led from the west side of Western Street, just below Golden Lane. Despite its abutment to the rear of the Brewery premises in Waterloo Street it formed a quiet oasis between the busy Western and Kings Roads. Built about the middle of last century, the houses were demolished in 1937, and the cleared site acquired by the Brewery for their vehicles.

Image Reference: JG_29_002.tif
Date: 1936
Image Details: Original monochrome image
Size of Original: 194x149
Place: Brighton
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