Approached from a narrow passage by the side of 6 Baker Street and with an exit to Rose Hill Terrace, this row of houses known as London Terrace was built during the 1860’s. At that time it faced the long back gardens of what were mostly private houses in London Road. The large Co-operative Society’s store extended a long way over these former gardens and to facilitate further expansion in the 1970’s many of the buildings seen in these photographs of 3 August 1975, have since been demolished. 6/11 Baker Street, in this photograph have gone, so has the passage shown in photograph JG_10a_136 and some of the houses of London Terrace (JG_10a_135), but at least, a few of these have been spared.

Image Reference: JG_10a_136.tif
Date: 1975
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 157x110
Place: Brighton
Additional Information: No comment

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