Following the demolition of the lovely Georgian houses, Nos. 1-4, Gloucester Place, seen on previous pages, this massive building was erected in 1937/8. Architecturally it cannot compare with the previous buildings but probably it was a good example of mid-1930s design. It had a much shorter life than the houses that it replaced as during the 1980s it was taken down. Throughout its life it was known as Telephone House. Date of photograph: June 24, 1975

Image Reference: JG_30_076.tif
Date: 1975
Image Details: Original monochrome image
Size of Original: 203x152
Place: Brighton
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