This photograph, probably of the 1880s, gives an all-round view of this small, but popular hotel, in the heart of the old town. It stood at the corner of Market Street (left) and little East Street (right). I do not know when the building was erected, but by the 1850s it was the Marine Tavern. It remained as an hotel until the First World War, and then used for other business purposes. Demolished in 1934, its site has since been used as a car park. Note the elegant black mathmatical tiled façade of the Little East Street frontage.

Image Reference: JG_09_058.tif
Date: 1880s
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 234x190
Place: Brighton
Additional Information: ©Phillipe Garner

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