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Photo of the barn and gasometer, 1892

Barn, south of Church Road, Hove, 1892
Image reproduced with permission from Brighton History Centre

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  • I remember a printers called Eagle Press on the opposite side of the road to the gasometer.

    By george pickett (27/02/2008)
  • Does anybody know the history of the red brick houses at the lower part of Sackville Road? Each of the houses has a different sculpture on them. My house has got a dragon on the front of the house.

    By wayne wareham (22/01/2009)
  • I have just found out the four red brick buildings at the bottom of Sackville Road (one of which I live in), were built in 1880 as homes for the nurses for Hove General Hospital.

    By Wayne Wareham (09/05/2011)
  • It is hard to imagine that huge ugly gasometer behind Church Road! I think it was there until quite recently, but am I dreaming? Not that Tesco’s looks much nicer, not a patch on the library anyway!

    By Peter Groves (09/05/2011)

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