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Photographic Print

October 1954 This is a photographic print of Dyke Road, Brighton. The print was made by the Borough Surveyors Department in October 1954. It shows houses 15-19 before they were demolished in September 1955. 20th Century Banking bought the land in order to develop offi

Invitation

c.1995 This invitation is for John Barnes and guest for 'Who Invented Cinema?' at the British Film Institute. The event is dated 26 October 1995.

Photographic Print

11 October 1932 This is a photographic print made by Brighton's Borough Surveyors department in October 1932. It shows Rottingdean's sea defences, looking west. Two men in suits are standing on the chalky ground and three other men in the background absailing down the cl

Photographic Print

11 Ocotber 1932 This photographic print was made by the Borough Surveyor's department. It shows Rottingdean's sea defences in October 1932. Behind the steps visible in the foreground, a section of the wall has been completed. Highcliff restaurant is on the left.

Photographic Print

11 October 1932 This photographic print was made by the Borough Surveyors Department in October 1932. It shows Rottingdean sea defences during construction looking east, the workers are filling in the ground and adding fencing.

Photographic Print

26 October 1953 This photographic print shows Ditchling Road by the open market in Brighton. A Salvation Army building can be seen in the background. The print was made by the Borough Surveyor's department in October 1953.

Photographic Print

28 October 1946 This photographic print was made by the Borough Surveyor's department in October 1946. It shows semi-detached housing onthe Carden Avenue Estate in Brighton. A note accompanying this photograph indicates that this is 'Type 'B' housing'.

Photographic Print

9 October 1946 This photographic print shows the Carden Avenue Estate in Brighton during its development. The housing in the photograph can be seen in different stages of construction. The photograph was made by the Borough Surveyor's department in October 1946. It form

War Memorial

Night time view of floodlit war memorial. Designed by Sir John Simpson and opened in October 1922 by Earl Beatty. It records the 2,597 men and 3 women from Brighton who died in the First World War.

Photographic Print

12 October 1933 This photographic print was made by Brighton's Borough Surveyor's department in October 1933. It shows the area of Falmer Road immediately north of Ovingdean Road. An old flint wall is visible on the left of the photograph.

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