Sunday, 3 January 2010


Queen Victoria gazes out to sea at the bottom of Grand Avenue. She's flanked on her right by enormous blocks of mid-60s flats.


KC'sCourt! said...

Queen Victoria gets everywhere! She points out to sea at Southend-on-sea, she had to be moved in the sixties because she pointed to newly built loos that were built then!

jamie said...

Ironically, the man responsible for these eventually became very fond of Brighton and Hove's finer architecture. Some examples of the sort of buildings he pulled down can be seen at the top and on the east of Grand Avenue (latter out of shot) .