Search the Collections

Search Results (92 items found)

Victoria Fountain and Pavilion Brighton

View of the Victoria Fountain and east front of the Pavilion.The gardens and trees in the Pavilion grounds can be seen. Attree's hosier shop is on the left on the corner of Castle Square. The Pavilion clocktower can be seen top left. Several people are wa

The Squalus Maximus or Basking Shark

The dead shark caught off Brighton Beach on 3rd November 1812, lies north/south with its head towards the sea on the beach. A man sits near the shark with a basket of fish; beyond is a fishing boat in sail with two men, one seated, on the side of the boat

The Squalus Maximus Or Basking Shark. Caught off Brighton.

The dead shark caught off Brighton Beach on 3rd November 1812, lies north/south with its head towards the sea on the beach. A man sits near the shark with a basket of fish; beyond is a fishing boat in sail with two men, one seated, on the side of the boat

Brighton Hurdle Race Dec 20 1833: The Start

1833 Colour print showing Brighton Hurdle Race Dec 20th 1833. Seven horses and riders are seen competing. They are named with their riders. Many men and women on foot, horseback, and some in horse drawn carriages spectating. Some doggeral written below on the

Brighton Hurdle Race Dec 20th 1833: Coming In

1833 Colour print showing Brighton Hurdle Race Dec 20th 1833. Seven horses and riders are seen competing. They are named with their riders. Many men and women on foot, horseback, and some in horse drawn carriages spectating. Some doggeral written below on the

Western Lawns, Brighton

c1908 Colour photomechanical postcard showing Western Lawns, Hove. Reverse and front of postcard used for a handwritten message. This mentions the 'poor Onion boys' who drowned at sea. Postmarked stamp dated 10pm November 29 1908.

The Pier After the Hurricane of November 29th, 1836

A sea view of the Chain Pier showing the platform separating. Shows the buildings near the Pier head on the Esplanade and above in Marine Parade.

A View of the Pier During the Storm

View of the Chain Pier in the storm of 23 November 1824 showing a view along Marine Pier from the New Steine. Many men are holding onto the railings and in the foreground some men are bringing in boats from a raging sea.

THE FISHERMAN

Print shows the typical dress of a fisherman in his turned down boots and sacking clothes, and wide brimmed hat. He is holding a basket in his left hand and on the ground is the catch of fish. There are lobster pots and other people on the beach behind hi

Defence (General) Regulations, 1939

1939-1945 This is a leaflet that refers to Regulation 50 of the Defence (General) Regulations, 1939 and explains the powers this regulation allowed for during the Second World War. These powers included the removal of fixtures and materials from buildings, which we

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9