THE NORFOLK HOTEL AND KING'S ROAD IN THE GAS-LAMP ERA.
This photograph taken in 1883 shows how little the external appearance of the buildings has altered over the years. Certainly the railings have gone, electricity has replaced gas, and the roadway has been cleaned up, but note that two ornamental lamps can still be seen outside the Norfolk Hotel to this day.
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