A great contrast is shown in these photographs, (this and following) with about seventy years between them. A copy of a very old original, looking north along a dirty road. The only clue to its age is the name Funnell on the side wall of the old King and Queen Hotel, which suggests a date of about 1870. The facing houses at the end of the street were demolished in 1935.

Image Reference: JG_30_055.tif
Date: c.1870
Image Details: ┬ęPhilippe Garner
Size of Original: 135x77
Place: Brighton
Additional Information: No comment

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