"Doors and Arches" :- These old doorways look foreboding and quite sinister at night but during the day they are a blaze of colour and very inviting as many of them are actually art galleries and stores located along Brighton seafront. The area is very famous and is known as the Kings Road Arches. They were built during the reign of Queen Victoria and are a remnant from the Victorian fishing days of old.
"Subterranea" :- Here's a shot looking down Trafalgar Street in Brighton with Brighton Station sitting above in Queens Road. The area has changed alot since the 1800's. On the right hand side of this image there was once a huge hotel in line with the wall, it was knocked down and demolished in order to widen up and open out the road in front of the station. In 1845 Queen's Road was built to improve access to the station and bridge was built across the entrance to Trafalgar Street, widened in 1863 and 1875. The cast iron bridge was added later.
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