Exeat Bridge looking down from the restaurant 1950's ( Picture by courtesy of Seaford Museum )

Exeat Bridge looking down from the restaurant 1950's ( Picture by courtesy of Seaford Museum )

Ritz Cinema ant the Old Southdown bus depot just out of veiw on the right the entrance to Seaford Town Council works yard, the space at the bottom was WW2 bomb damage now rebuilt as flats. ( Picture by courtesy of Seaford Museum )

Ritz Cinema ant the Old Southdown bus depot just out of veiw on the right the entrance to Seaford Town Council works yard, the space at the bottom was WW2 bomb damage now rebuilt as flats. ( Picture by courtesy of Seaford Museum )

.This shop was down the bottom corner of Vale Road and Sutton Drove, had a few sweets from there. ( Now back as private residents ) ( Picture by courtesy of Seaford Museum )

.This shop was down the bottom corner of Vale Road and Sutton Drove, had a few sweets from there. ( Now back as private residents ) ( Picture by courtesy of Seaford Museum )

F C Curran the Chemist, The lower end of the High Street Seaford. ( Picture by courtesy of Seaford Museum )

F C Curran the Chemist, The lower end of the High Street Seaford. ( Picture by courtesy of Seaford Museum )

Caffyns Garage late 1950s the showroom sold Riley, Wolseley, and Morris cars made by the British Motor Corporation, there was a large workshop for servicing and petrol pumps on the forecourt the building is now Tesco's ( Picture by courtesy of Seaford Museum )

Caffyns Garage late 1950s the showroom sold Riley, Wolseley, and Morris cars made by the British Motor Corporation, there was a large workshop for servicing and petrol pumps on the forecourt the building is now Tesco's ( Picture by courtesy of Seaford Museum )

This is on the corner of Place Lane and Broad Street, Millwards Shoe Shop and Seaford High Class Fruiteree the large building down one, was the old Post Office this area was pulled down and re-developed in the late 50s and early 60s . ( Picture by courtesy of Seaford Museum )

This is on the corner of Place Lane and Broad Street, Millwards Shoe Shop and Seaford High Class Fruiteree the large building down one, was the old Post Office this area was pulled down and re-developed in the late 50s and early 60s . ( Picture by courtesy of Seaford Museum )

.This is a row of shops that where in Dane Road Seaford along the side of the Ritz Cinema, just out of view on the right hand side was a music shop that sold, Instruments, Sheet Music, and Records, there was a booth so you could listen to records before you purchased them, also in the same row was a China Shop, a Souvenir Shop and a Café that served wonderful roast dinner's. ( Picture courtesy of Seaford Museum )

.This is a row of shops that where in Dane Road Seaford along the side of the Ritz Cinema, just out of view on the right hand side was a music shop that sold, Instruments, Sheet Music, and Records, there was a booth so you could listen to records before you purchased them, also in the same row was a China Shop, a Souvenir Shop and a Café that served wonderful roast dinner's. ( Picture courtesy of Seaford Museum )

This is on the cross roads of Claremont Road, Station Approach and Church Street Victor Bravery was an estate agent his brother Fred Bravery had a large furniture store in Broad Street. The houses next to the shop were railway cottages. ( Picture courtesy of Seaford Museum )

This is on the cross roads of Claremont Road, Station Approach and Church Street Victor Bravery was an estate agent his brother Fred Bravery had a large furniture store in Broad Street. The houses next to the shop were railway cottages. ( Picture courtesy of Seaford Museum )

.This area in Seaford used to be called Pinder Square, and is where the now police station stands, not certain if it was bombed or pulled down through old age. ( Picture courtesy of Seaford Museum )

.This area in Seaford used to be called Pinder Square, and is where the now police station stands, not certain if it was bombed or pulled down through old age. ( Picture courtesy of Seaford Museum )

.This is a picture of the old Buckle Inn on the opposite corner where you enter Seaford sailing club, there was a thriving community of fishermen at the buckle and workers from Tidemills who frequented this pub, which was demolished in 1962 and was rebuilt mid 60s ( Picture by courtesy of Seaford Museum )

.This is a picture of the old Buckle Inn on the opposite corner where you enter Seaford sailing club, there was a thriving community of fishermen at the buckle and workers from Tidemills who frequented this pub, which was demolished in 1962 and was rebuilt mid 60s ( Picture by courtesy of Seaford Museum )

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