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A Day at the Races- Brighton Seafront.

A Day at the Races- Brighton Seafront.

Archive black and white photograph of Brighton Railway Station

Archive black and white photograph of Brighton Railway Station

My most repinned pin!!  West Pier, Brighton - Sunrise through the Bandstand (P5R) Also available as a Greetings Card from www.tonybowallphotography.com

My most repinned pin!! West Pier, Brighton - Sunrise through the Bandstand (P5R) Also available as a Greetings Card from www.tonybowallphotography.com

A view of West Street in Brighton, which leads to the waterfront, with the church of St. Paul's in the middle distance.

A view of West Street in Brighton, which leads to the waterfront, with the church of St. Paul's in the middle distance.

Brighton - Volk's Electric Railway is the oldest operating electric railway in the world. It is a narrow gauge railway that runs along the seafront between the Aquarium and Black Rock in Brighton. It was built by Magnus Volk, the first section being completed in August 1883. ***text & photo by Robert Bovington *** blog: http://bovingtonbitsandblogs.blogspot.com.es

Brighton - Volk's Electric Railway is the oldest operating electric railway in the world. It is a narrow gauge railway that runs along the seafront between the Aquarium and Black Rock in Brighton. It was built by Magnus Volk, the first section being completed in August 1883. ***text & photo by Robert Bovington *** blog: http://bovingtonbitsandblogs.blogspot.com.es

Brighton's West Pier. Brighton, England. Brighton counts with two piers, the modern one: Brighton Marine & Palace Pier, from 1891. And the West Pier, from 1866 which was closed in 1975 and has slowly become the 'enigmatic' carcass above. If one approaches Brighton by car or coach through the west side of the coast the view of this dead pier is one of the first long-lasting impressions one gets from the city.

Brighton's West Pier. Brighton, England. Brighton counts with two piers, the modern one: Brighton Marine & Palace Pier, from 1891. And the West Pier, from 1866 which was closed in 1975 and has slowly become the 'enigmatic' carcass above. If one approaches Brighton by car or coach through the west side of the coast the view of this dead pier is one of the first long-lasting impressions one gets from the city.

If the trendy Kemp Town seems right up your street, why not stay at the 4* 'Nineteen' house.

If the trendy Kemp Town seems right up your street, why not stay at the 4* 'Nineteen' house.

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