Two views of Brill’s Baths in Pool Valley – January 1929 The placarded wall shown below is on the site of the present entrance to the Savoy garage. Pool Valley was then a quiet backwater with no Southdown buses to disturb its serenity. The present bus station and offices were part of the Royal York Hotel, which had just been purchased by the Brighton Corporation from Sir Harry Preston.

Image Reference: JG_09_069.tif
Date: 1929
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 98x155
Place: Brighton
Additional Information: Waite's boarding house,Irish House,Wilfred Smith, Combe's brown ale

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