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Photographic Print

c1900 Photographic print of West Hill Road, Brighton. Area under heavy snow. The road has been cleared, but snow is piled on either side. West Hill Inn can be glimpsed on left of photograph. Photograph obtained by Borough Surveyor's department.

Photographic Print

1890s B&W photographic print of trains gathered at Brighton Locomotive works. View from above showing numerous locomotives laden with coal. Names of engines 'Lewes' and 'Deptford' can be seen.

Photographic Print

1897 This photographic print shows TJ Braybon's gasfitter and plumbing store at 106 Edward Street, Brighton. The proprietor of the store and his family can seen standing in the doorway of the shop.

Postcard

1901 This photographic print shows a locomotive engine of the London Brighton and South Coast Railway. It is engine number 160, named 'Portslade'. The photograph offers a view of the side of the carriage. A man wearing a cap and carrying a walking cane can be

Public Library, Museum & Fine Art Galleries, Church Street, Brighton.

c1900 Monochrome photographic postcard of the outside view from Church Street, of the Library, Museum and Art Gallery, Brighton.

Royal Pavilion, West Front, Brighton

c1900 Monochrome postcard bearing photomechanical copy of drawing or engraving of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton. View of west front of building.

The Clock Tower and North St. Brighton

c1900 Hand-tinted postcard, showing the Clock Tower, North Street, Brighton, with view east down North Street.

The Beauties of Brighton

Coloured postcard with illustration of a couple sitting on a woodland path, next to a sign for Brighton. Text underneath says " The "Beauties of Brighton" cannot be exaggerated. Too busy to write".

Alderman R M Webb - Mayor

Caricature sketch of a man with a very large beard wearing a top hat and coat, he has a walking stick in one hand. Written on the back: Alderman R M Webb (Mayor)

Daniel Friend

Caricature sketch of a man wearing a top hat, coat, collar and tie. A well known Brighton land holder and shop owner. Written on the back: Daniel Friend

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