Works from our collections featured in the Views of 19th century Brighton & Hove exhibition.

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Old Steine, Brighton, from the North

A military encampment on the Steine to the north of Grove House.

Railway Terminus and St Peters Church, Brighton

View of the railway station with St Peter?s Church in foreground at right, Gloucester Hotel at left, and Hudson?s Mill on the horizon.

Brighton looking South

Overhead view of Brighton looking south towards sea, with St Peter's Church at centre with The Royal Standard Flag flying from the Church's flagpole.

The New Race Stand, Brighton

Preparing for the start for the Brighton Stakes August 6th 1851. Large coloured print showing the race course, the stand and the crowds.

Race Ground, Brighton

Coloured print of the race course at Brighton with views of the sea. The stand is to the right of the view with people waving and hanging out of the appertures. There is a carriage in front of the stand with a woman and driver and two horses pulling it. T

Ireland's Royal Brighton Gardens

Perspective landscape with architecture, figures. Games, field, gardens. Main playing field teams playing cricket and small group playing boules. Foreground Men women and children watching games from hill. Horse with carriage foreground on road. Windmill

Brighton from Preston Hill

View of two viaducts, one with a steam train on it. St Nicholas and St Peter's Church in the distance, Windmills on the hills and people in the foreground. Hove can be seen in the distant right, and the sea in far distance.

North East View of Brighton from the top of the Old Church

Aerial view of Brighton with sea and downs in the distance, St Nicholas' cemetery at foreground, man sitting on tomb with woman. St Peter's Church visible to far left. Dome and Pavilion in middle distance, chain pier to right. Terrace of houses to right w

A Perspective View of Brighthelmston, and of the Sea Coast as far as the Isle of Wight

A Perpsective View of Brighthelmston and of the Sea Coast as far as the Isle of Wight. Royal Coat of Arms below the image. This is the earliest engraved view of Brighton. It is thought that the area where the harvesters are working is now occupied by St J

Brighton. A Bird's Eye View from the Preston Road, sixty years ago.

An engraving and aquatint print called ' Brighton. A Bird's Eye view from the Preston Road. The print shows an image of people collecting harvest in the foreground of a view of Brighton.

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