Examples of the primitive shacks inhabited by the early settlers. Land was cheap and there were no planning restrictions. Wood and corrugated iron sheds, old army huts, caravans, even old motor vans, anything did as long as it kept out the rain and wind. All this was stopped when Brighton incorporated Woodingdean in 1928, although many of these shacks remained for several years.

Image Reference: JG_33_080.tif
Date: 1924
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 154x80
Place: Brighton
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