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17 March 1955 This is a photographic print of a Pullman railway carriage. It has been photographed at the Pullman works in Preston Park, Brighton. A sign on the side of the carriage indicates that it is named 'Vera'.
1870s This photographic print shows Brighton Aquarium. It is an elevated view looking east, presumably from Royal Albion Hotel. The Chain Pier can be seen on the right hand side of the picture.
This photographic print shows the Kemp Town slopes, Brighton. It is a view of the tunnel shelter. A police office and sign for a public lavatory can be seen on the roof of the structure. The photograph was produced by the Borough Surveyor's department.
May 1937 This photographic print shows the Undercliff walk on the approach to Brighton Marina. The Smuggler's Haunt cafe is visible on the left of the path. The photograph was produced by the Borough Surveyor's department.
School desk in dark wood. It has four turned legs and a sloped top with a hinge lid. Various notices and lists are attached to the interior of the desk.
Monochrome glass plate negative bearing image of the opening of Assizes.
World War 1 tank being scrapped for war effort during Second World War.
1914 A postcard of Jack Sheppards Entertainers positioned on and around a bench. They are all dressed in dark Pierrot costumes. The entertainers performed at Brighton seafront on Madeira Drive.
1914 A postcard of Jack Sheppards Entertainers on a stage holding flags. The entertainers performed at Brighton seafront.
1917 A postcard of Jack Sheppards Entertainers on a stage. They are dressed in Pierrot costumes and are holding fans. The entertainers performed at Brighton seafront.