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7 September 1932 This photographic print was made by Brighton's Borough Surveyor's department in September 1932. It shows filling on the east end of the wall. This was part of work on the Rottingdean sea defences. Workers can be seen using shovels to level the rocks.
7 September 1932 This photographic print shows Rottingdean's sea defences during construction. A large number of people can be seen on the beach, either for recreation or working on the site. The print was made by Brighton's Borough Surveyor's department in September 1932
28 September 1953 This photographic print was made by the Borough Surveyor's department in September 1953. It shows Ditchling Road from Upper Hollingdean Road, Brighton. A 'Keep Left' sign can be seen on the pedestrian crossing on the right.
This photographic print was made by the Borough Surveyors Department in September 1971. It is a view of Church Street, Brighton, from Bond Street. Dockerill's Hardware Store is visible in the background.
This photographic print was made by the Borough Surveyor's department on 1 September 1971. It shows Church Street, Brighton, looking towards Dockerill's Hardware Store. A car advertising Scotts TV Rentals is on the left of the photograph.
Monochrome photographic print in postcard format. Shows steam engine marked Southern. Engine bears number 2609. Notes on reverse of card identify engine class as an E1 tank and the location as Eastleigh 11 September 1948. Stamp on reverse identifies photo
River Adur running through Shoreham, wooden bridge with yellow carriage and horses riding over, buildings to the left bank, three hills in the background. Published 21st September 1826
1890 This photographic print shows two children looking up at the Pioneer car of the Brighton and Rottingdean Seashore Electric Railway. The two children are standing on the beach, each holding a toy spade. The car is full of passengers and appears to be headi
Early 20th Century This portrait painting by John Collier shows an elderly woman seated in a gown decorated with pink flowers. She holds a half folded fan in her lap. John Collier was a highly successful portrait painter and a member of the Pre-Raphaelite school. Collier ke
c1909-1910 This oil painting by Robert Polhill Bevan shows two hansom cabs, one with a horse in harness, standing in a cobbled yard. The dark mottled blue of the cabs contrasts with the light mottled yellow of the far wall. Two men in overcoats, a ladder and a gutte