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View of Intended Harbour at Brighton, on the Recoil Principle

This image depicts a central southward view of a circular harbour from promenade. Boats seen within and without harbour, people on land viewing in foreground. Invented and designed by William Henry Smith to improve harbour facilities, as the Chain Pier al

Sweetmeat Dish

1892 This porcelain dish is moulded in a shell like fashion and stands on 3 small feet. It is covered in a clear glaze. On the base is a George Grainger shield mark in brown with the date code B for 1892.

Tram Conductress

Amy Lee, this tram conductress, was born in 1892 and after working at the Allen West munitions factory on North Road, began working on Brighton trams after the First World War.

View of the Intended Harbour at Brighton, on the Recoil Principle

View of harbour with several large sailing ships inside the harbour walls. Chain Pier visible to left. Two Bathing huts to left on shoreline. Building with bay fronted window, balcony and viewing platform with two figures left of centre in foreground. Ent

View of the Intended Harbour at Brighton, on the Recoil Principle

View of harbour with several large sailing ships inside the harbour walls. Chain Pier visible to left. Two Bathing huts to left on shoreline. Building with bay fronted window, balcony and viewing platform with two figures left of centre in foreground. Ent

View of the Intended Harbour at Brighton, on the Recoil Principle

View of harbour with several large sailing ships inside the harbour walls. Chain Pier visible to left. Two Bathing huts to left on shoreline. Building with bay fronted window, balcony and viewing platform with two figures left of centre in foreground. Ent

View of the Intended Harbour at Brighton, on the Recoil Principle

View of harbour with several large sailing ships inside the harbour walls. Chain Pier visible to left. Two Bathing huts to left on shoreline. Building with bay fronted window, balcony and viewing platform with two figures left of centre in foreground. Ent

View of the Intended Harbour at Brighton, on the Recoil Principle

View of harbour with several large sailing ships inside the harbour walls. Chain Pier visible to left. Two Bathing huts to left on shoreline. Building with bay fronted window, balcony and viewing platform with two figures left of centre in foreground. Ent

Digital Image

1890 Digital image originally scanned from Towner's 1903 Directory of Brighton. Image of page 892. Shows vignette portrait of Alderman Sir J. Ewart MD JP, Mayor of Brighton in 1891, 1892 and 1893. Sign below portrait shows an advert for 'Towner's ABC Railway G

View of the Brighton Front. Supplement to "Brighton Society" Christmas Number, 1892

1892 View from the sea from the West Pier to the Chain Pier showing the sea front from King's Road to Marine Parade. Paddle steamer packed with people in centre and other boats on the sea. There are many people on the beach.

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