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Warwick Street Worthing 1905 https://picasaweb.google.com/109072916472718778176/WorthingWarwickStreet#5506375533644722146

Warwick Street Worthing 1905 https://picasaweb.google.com/109072916472718778176/WorthingWarwickStreet#5506375533644722146

On the left is Montague street looking west. The picture is undated. The right-hand side clearly shows the front of the Albion and the Chapel across the road from it where Boots the Chemist stands today. Sadly there are no remnants of the original building left.  Field Row, a wide alleyway (or Twitten) still runs behind where is stood. The map of 1875 shows that there was a covered entrance to the back of the Hotel which lead to what was possibly a stabling area.

On the left is Montague street looking west. The picture is undated. The right-hand side clearly shows the front of the Albion and the Chapel across the road from it where Boots the Chemist stands today. Sadly there are no remnants of the original building left. Field Row, a wide alleyway (or Twitten) still runs behind where is stood. The map of 1875 shows that there was a covered entrance to the back of the Hotel which lead to what was possibly a stabling area.

No. 19 Railway Approach.  This property was built as a ‘twin’ to No.18 in circa 1895 and named Evelyn Villa and from 1919 it became No.19. Although the property is shown divided as Nos. 19 & 20 on a map prior to its demolition, No. 20 does not appear at all in the directories. All the occupants are recorded under No.19 as does the list under the photograph.

No. 19 Railway Approach. This property was built as a ‘twin’ to No.18 in circa 1895 and named Evelyn Villa and from 1919 it became No.19. Although the property is shown divided as Nos. 19 & 20 on a map prior to its demolition, No. 20 does not appear at all in the directories. All the occupants are recorded under No.19 as does the list under the photograph.

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Warick Street, Worthing.

Warick Street, Worthing.

The next photograph shows Campion Terrace taken from the opposite side of High Street in December 1983 some three years before it was demolished. Campion House is on the right of the Terrace. This whole range of buildings was demolished in 1986. The barn still survived in 1992 but was demolished shortly after.

The next photograph shows Campion Terrace taken from the opposite side of High Street in December 1983 some three years before it was demolished. Campion House is on the right of the Terrace. This whole range of buildings was demolished in 1986. The barn still survived in 1992 but was demolished shortly after.

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