An original photograph, probably by Edward Fox, and dating from the 1860’s. It shows the old flint house 37, Duke Street at the corner of Ship Street, adjoining Holy Trinity Chapel. Here seen with its original façade. In 1867 this house, with several others adjoining, was demolished and Duke Street widened to its present width.

Image Reference: JG_08_013.tif
Date: 1860
Image Details: Original sepia toned monochrome print
Size of Original: 86x 87
Place: Brighton
Additional Information: S.Cash, House Painter resident at 37 Duke Street.The church was later covered in stucco and Duke Street was pedestrianised in 1980s

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