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Local Folk
Local Folk
General election 1950
Hollingbury Industrial Estate
Hollingbury Industrial Estate
Special Purpose Machines - Part V, Historic Records
Rottingdean reminiscences
Rottingdean reminiscences
Seafront looking west, early 1970
Woodingdean memories
Woodingdean memories
Changes over the years
1960s
1960s
Queen's visit to Brighton College
Woodingdean memories
Woodingdean memories
Dewponds and dumps
Hollingbury Industrial Estate
Hollingbury Industrial Estate
Special Purpose Machines - Part IV 1980s
City Insights
City Insights
Around the World Cycle Challenge 2017
Hollingbury Industrial Estate
Hollingbury Industrial Estate
Special Purpose Machines - Part III, 1970s
City Insights
City Insights
Chinese New Year 2017
Woodingdean memories
Woodingdean memories
Joy's Café
Hollingbury Industrial Estate
Hollingbury Industrial Estate
Special Purpose Machines - Part II, 1960's
Fawcett School
Fawcett School
Learning the social graces
Caught on Camera
Caught on Camera
A splash of colour
City Insights
City Insights
Resource Centre: supporting the community for 40 years
Hollingbury Industrial Estate
Hollingbury Industrial Estate
Special Purpose Machines - Part I 1950s
City Insights
City Insights
Annual Free Day, Royal Pavilion
Local Folk
Local Folk
Alpine Rovers Football Club
The Big Apple
The Big Apple
A surfeit of bands
Motor Cars
Motor Cars
The best time of my life
Local Folk
Local Folk
The blind match seller
Christmas Greetings
Christmas Greetings
From all the team
Elm Trees
Elm Trees
Hove Recreation Ground
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Local Folk
Local Folk
General election 1950
I agree with Roger about the second photo being just south of St James's...
By Alan Hobden
On 27/02/2017
Local Folk
Local Folk
General election 1950
The fourth, and last, photo appear to have been taken outside the south...
By Alan Hobden
On 27/02/2017
Local Folk
Local Folk
Brighton Orpheus Choir
Pat Harding was an inspirational music teacher while I was at Varndean...
By Ruth Bardou
On 27/02/2017
West Blatchington Manor House
West Blatchington Manor House
A strange and sad place
Hi. A strange one but I am directly related to the Nevill family (who I believe...
By Daniel
On 27/02/2017
Local folk
Local folk
Tony Diamond, new local author
Good to see this. Remember when you came back from Australia and stayed with us...
By Marion Lea (nee Gardiner)
On 27/02/2017
Ladies Mile
Ladies Mile
Development of the old drove road
My family lived at 5 Mile End cottages. I was born there in 1934 as were my...
By John Hilton
On 27/02/2017
Do you remember the shop?
Do you remember the shop?
Mitchell & Son: 114 London Road
I am also related to Richard Mitchell. His father John was my great great great...
By Teresa Lorimer
On 27/02/2017
Wykeham Terrace
Wykeham Terrace
A shot from the 1960s
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By Tony Maudsley
On 26/02/2017
Guinness Clock
Guinness Clock
Photographed c1950s
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By Tony Maudsley
On 26/02/2017
Maps
Maps
Old maps
Hi Jon. Re the Hilton sisters: it looks as though Morgan was the researcher on...
By Janet Beal
On 26/02/2017
Queenspark Secondary School
Queenspark Secondary School
All Souls annexe
I went to the original school in Warick Street which was also demolished. I...
By Dennis Beeney
On 26/02/2017
Boats
Boats
Brighton boat trips, 1930s-50s
I can well recall the ANZIO in the 1950s. She would go from Brighton Pier along...
By Clive Taylor
On 26/02/2017
Wartime Memories
Wartime Memories
Hove VE Day street party
Was the second girl on the right hand side of this photo Vivienne Keminek and...
By Vivienne Allen
On 26/02/2017
Chris Carter
Chris Carter
The Running Policeman
Chris coached me in the early 80s (80-82) along with his son Richard. A great...
By Philip Huxley
On 25/02/2017
Moulsecoomb
Moulsecoomb
A potted history
Just came across this page, while reading it bought back some memories. Does...
By Jamie S
On 25/02/2017
Local Folk
Local Folk
General election 1950
The second photo appears to be Grand Parade just south of the bottom of St...
By Roger Ivermee
On 25/02/2017
Rottingdean reminiscences
Rottingdean reminiscences
Seafront looking west, early 1970
When we were children we used to do a round trip one way or another. Walk along...
By Tim Sargeant
On 25/02/2017
Maps
Maps
Old maps
Morgan, not sure if you ever tracked it down but the Hilton sisters' Riley...
By Jon
On 25/02/2017
Allen West Ltd: opened in 1939
Allen West Ltd: opened in 1939
Employment for many Moulsecoomb residents
Charlie Bridgwater was part of the furniture at Allen West. When I started in...
By Richard J. Szypulski
On 25/02/2017
Buses
Buses
Bus photographed c1906
I have a number of photographs of my Great Grandad and Grandad with horses from...
By Tracey Winter-Biggs
On 25/02/2017
Balfour Road School
Balfour Road School
Class 5 1951
I lived in Lowther Road and used those Osborne Road steps (365) as I later went...
By Peter Longstaff-Tyrrell
On 25/02/2017
Local Folk
Local Folk
Percy Banham: wheelwright
Hi Alan, yes I remember you, repairing the last of the old valve radios. I...
By Dave Lee
On 25/02/2017
Queen's Road
Queen's Road
Day trippers in 1953
To Jo Burillo, I remember your parents fish bar very well, I was a close friend...
By Tony Caig
On 24/02/2017
Allen West Ltd: opened in 1939
Allen West Ltd: opened in 1939
Employment for many Moulsecoomb residents
My grandad was a foreman at Allen West he worked there for about 40 years then...
By Terry Bridgwater
On 24/02/2017