Three photographs taken in June 1930. These and several others of the same size in my collection, were exhibited in the window of Savage & Co’s Chemist shop at 109 St. James’ Street and shoppers were invited to say where the scenes were to be found in Brighton, three cameras being offered as prizes. The twitten leading from Little East Street into East Street. Probably already about 150 years old it is still there and will be for many more years yet

Image Reference: JG_09_062.tif
Date: 1930
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 81x133
Place: Brighton
Additional Information: No comment

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