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Mystery photos of Brighton and Hove

Update :
The photographs below give us a glimpse of the life of this building.
Well done for those of you who responded.

The Black Lion in the processes of demolition
Royal Pavilion and Museums Brighton & Hove
Undated photograph of the original building
Royal Pavilion & Museums Brighton & Hove
In the late 1960s the building was a furniture store.
Royal Pavilions & Museums Brighton and Hove
The rebuilt version of the old building ; original building materials were used
© Mike Snewin

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  • Is this the building next to The Cricketers in Prince Albert Street?

    By Derek Lake (18/05/2019)
  • What a sad sight of a dreadful occasion, when unscrupulous developers demolished (possibly illegally) the 16th century Black Lion Brewery. The brewery is open here and the part of the building to the north would also go, but this was rebuilt as a ‘replica’ in 1974 after Brighton Council enforced an order on the demolition to rebuild.

    By Dr Geoffrey Mead (18/05/2019)
  • Yes, this building was next to The Cricketers. Why was it demolished?

    By Philip Burnard (19/05/2019)
  • A fine series of pictures.

    By Douglas (20/05/2019)

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