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Photographic Print

28 September 1953 This photographic print was made by the Borough Surveyor's department in September 1953. It shows Ditchling Road and Upper Hollingdean Road.

Sompting Church, Sussex.

After Henry Gastineau. View of Sompting Church tower from the churchyard. Published by I.T. Hinten September 1st 1829

Views of the Devils Dyke

c1864 Booklet with four pages of prints of Devils Dyke. Dated with pencil inside cover September 4 1864.

Sketch at Brighton

1859 Two ladies, one with a parasol, sitting on the seafront overlooking the beach below. From the Illustrated Times 17th September 1859.

Leeson & Vokins' Special Sale of Gloves & Hoisery

c1905 This is a white paper leaflet advertising in black printed text and illustrations, the special sale of gloves and hosiery at Leeson and Vokins', in North Street, Brighton. The leaflet lists the gloves and hosiery available in the sale and the prices of th

Leaflet

1900-1910 This is a paper leaflet advertising the different types of account books available from Rock Bros. Ltd, a manufacturing stationers at 69 Paul Street, Finsbury, London. The leaflet is in the shape of a closed book and the front cover is an illustration of

Advertisement

1900-1910 This is a paper advertisement for the book binding services of Carter Bros., of 173 Western Road, Brighton. The advertisement also features illustrations of the four different book binding designs available and the cost of each. The advertisement was made

Rottingdean near Brighton

c1896 This photographic print shows the Brighton and Rottingdean Seashore Electric Railway, commonly known as the 'Daddy Longlegs'. The car is travelling through the sea at high tide and is laden with passengers. The railway was built by Magnus Volk and first r

Photographic Print

c1897 This photographic print shows the Brighton and Rottingdean Seashore Electric Railway, commonly known as the 'Daddy Longlegs'. The Pioneer car is approaching Banjo Groyne Jetty. The railway was built by Magnus Volk and first ran in 1896. The line closed fo

Photographic Print

c1896 This photographic print shows the Brighton and Rottingdean Seashore Electric Railway, commonly known as the 'Daddy Longlegs'. The tracks and wheels are visible, and the car is heading towards Rottingdean with a small amount of passengers. The railway was

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