On the West Pier, 1961.

Photo supplied by Sally Kennedy. 

By the West Pier. 1960's.

Photo supplied by Julie Applin. 

My dad Lorne (left) with his brother Eddie. I was told this was 1948. My dad played left wing for The Brighton Tigers,my uncle Eddie was a Stage door Manager at a big Theatre/Concert venue in Toronto. Both served in WWII in the Canadian Army, both very lucky to be standing there in 48,especially my uncle!
I think this pic was taken along by Peter Pan’s Playground, which later on and I’m not exactly sure of the year,my dad would run the Rollerskating Rink there, during the closed Hockey season. 

Photo supplied by Matt Trottier. 

Photo supplied by Susan Sacre.

Boating Lake.

Photo supplied by Leon Berry.

Aquarium Terraces.

Photo supplied by Leon Berry. 

c.1949

Photo supplied by Sally Tompsett.

By the Palace Pier. 1966

Photo supplied by Jacqui Galyer.

On the West Pier. c. 1972

Photo supplied by Rob Breskal.

Ricketts Family.

Photo supplied by Rosemary Russell May.

Photo supplied by Rosemary Russell May.

Early 1900's.

Photo supplied by Rod Hills.

1969

Photo supplied by Aysha Mehmet. 

1979. The Seajet at Brighton Marina.

Photo supplied by Alison Platt. 

Next to the subway to West Street. c.1940's

Photo supplied by Emma Pither.

c.1971 Volks Tavern.

Photo supplied by Rob Breskal. 

Bottom of West Street. c.1939/40

Photo supplied by Carol Yates.

Peter Pan's 1964

Photo supplied by Lyndsey Smith and David Ransom

Peter Pan's 1964.

Photo supplied by Lyndsey Smith and David Ransom.

Bottom of East Street. c late 1950's early 60's.

Photo supplied by Helen Moore.

Madeira Drive. 

Photo supplied by Diane Pickett. 

The seafront. 1953.

Photo supplied by June Churchill.

Peter Pan's 1983.

Photo supplied by Rhonda Turner.

Peter Pan's 1983.

Photo supplied by Rhonda Turner.

1966.

Photo supplied by Tina Fleming. 

View west from the West Pier.

Photo supplied by Janice Davis.

The West Pier.

Photo supplied by Janice Davis.

Palace Pier. c1890's. 

Photo supplied by Dee Cattanach.

c.1985 Rebuilding after the Grand Bombing in 1984.

Photo by Chris Bedford.

Trampolines by the West Pier 1979.

Photo supplied by Denise Mander. 

1998. Fire at the Albion Hotel.

Photo by Anthony Epps. 

1969.

Photo supplied by Catherine Briggsworth.

1960's.

Photo supplied by Kim Gregory. 


Peter Pan's 1990's.

Photo suppliedby Anthony Epps. 

1920's/30's.

Carmine Amerena with his fruit and veg stall on the seafront.

Photo supplied by Colin Amerena.

Along by the Chain Pier.

Photo supplied by Carol King

The Aquarium.

Photo supplied by Carol King. 

1950's

Photo supplied by Tim Connor.

1950's

Photo supplied by Tim Connor

Bottom of East Street. 1967.

Photo supplied by Catherine Briggswood.

10 Kings Road. 1970's

Photo supplied by Catherine Briggswood

The Aquarium entrance 1928.

Prior to demolition.

Photo supplied by Eileen Patricia Franchi

From Grand Junction Road looking towards Marine Parade 1928

Photo supplied by Eileen Patricia Franchi.

c.1970.

Photo by Inga Jarvis

Frederick John George Hayward. c.1927 at the West Pier.

Photo supplied by Graham Hayward.

c.1948.

Photo supplied by John Ridgewell.

At the Aquarium. c. 1950.

Photo supplied by Peter Moore. 

Photo supplied by Jo Woolven.

Kingswest 1970.

Photo by Ken Revell

Photo supplied by Lesley Revell.

1951.

Photo supplied by Sheila Rough.

1966.The Sputnik.

Photo by Leslie Whitcomb.

Photo supplied by Peter Whitcomb.

c.50's 60's at Brill's Lane.

John Stanton-Bowley 

Photo supplied by Carlos Stanton.

1929. Volks Railway overhead. 

Elsie Redhead with her son William.

Photo supplied by Paula Redhead Taylor.

Palace Pier 1970

Photo supplied by Inga Jarvis.

1950

Photo supplied by Irene Wise.

1952. The bottom of Cannon Street.

Photo supplied by Rosemary Russell May

Peter Pan's 1950.

Photo by Leslie Whitcomb.

Supplied by Peter Whitcomb.

Photo by Leslie Whitcomb.

Supplied by Peter Whitcomb.

Peter Pans. 1979

Photo supplied by John Bell.

Trampolines by the Palace Pier. 1979.

Photo supplied by John Bell.

The seafront along near the West Pier c. 1973/75

Photo supplied by Shelley Ancell.

1980's. The Seajet at Brighton Marina.

Photo supplied by Karen Pattinson.

The remains of the West Pier. 2011.

Photo by Kerry Mcmyler.

The West Pier. 1968.

Photo by Jacqueline Thomas. 

1970's

Photo supplied by Heather Elliot

c. Late 1960's.

Photo supplied by John Bell.

c.Late 1960's

Photo supplied by John Bell.

1934. Opposite Courtenay Gate, Hove.

 "My Grand Mother stayed true to her eccentric life - her spirit was with the Bloomsbury Group I'm sure. My Mother, in the rubber hat, became a Model for Pringle Sweaters in the late 1940's/50's. Clifford My Grand Father - who looked as though he'd just spent two weeks in the Pub! - died a few years later of Tuberculosis. But the most poignant was the little girl on the far right with the milk bottle. My Aunt Joan who became a WAAF in the War and died in a bombing raid aged 22 in 1945. "

Photo supplied by Nick Hudson.

1957. The Palace Pier.

Photo supplied by Moya Golds. 

c.1960

Photo supplied by Jo Woolven.

1952.

The Hotel Metropole. 

Photo supplied by Rosemary Russell May

1961. Peter Pan's. 

Photo supplied by Lesley Lambourne. From the Lambourne Collection. 


The West Pier. 1984.

Photo supplied by Nickie Preston. 

Brighton Seafront.  c . 1966

Photo supplied by Sandra Pullen. 

Brighton seafront. c.1918

Photo supplied by Sian Othen & Kathy Nichols.

1971.

Photo supplied by Gloria Williams.

At the front of the Palace Pier c 1966.

Photo supplied by Martin Hall.

The Bandstand. 

Photo supplied by Peter Lynn.

On the West Pier. 

Photo supplied by Peter Lynn.

Photo supplied by John Bell.

Photo supplied by Tony Penhallow.

Photo supplied by John Grinstead.

The seafront 1960's.

Photo supplied by Debra Moseley.

The Rocking Horse at the beach c.1960

Photo supplied by John Bell.

The groyne at the Palace Pier c.1960's 70's.

Photo supplied by James Type. 

The seafront opposite the old Bedford Hotel. c.1950's. 

Photo supplied by Carol Homewood. 

At the West Pier.

Photo supplied by Vanessa Leachman.


The Domes from the Palace Pier.

"We knew the pier was damaged and went to have a look on it, then went for a walk along the beach where we saw planks of wood and the dome near Peter Pan's Playground.. It was quite high up the beach so must have been washed up at high tide. Surprisingly there was no one else there. Dad took a couple of photos, we turned it the right way up, took a couple more and just left it there. "

Photo and memory supplied by Simon Holman.


Kings Road. 1980's.

Photo supplied by Carol Homewood.

At Peter Pan's, Madeira Drive. c.1950

Photo supplied by Tracy Parker


The Palace Pier. 1967.

Photo by Teresa Fowler.

The seafront. 1967.

Photo by Teresa Fowler.

The seafront, 1967.

Photo by Teresa Fowler.

The seafront, 1967.

Photo by Teresa Fowler.

The building of the new Ramada Hotel on the old Market Street site. Taken from the seafront looking towards the Town Hall. 1980's. 

Photo supplied by Carol Homewood.