Historic England launches hunt for numerous artworks stolen or lost
Historic England has launched a campaign to track down some of Britain's best-loved artworks which have been stolen or gone missing in recent years.
The Beach and Chain Pier
Monochrome photographic print of Chain Pier, Brighton. View east from beach with numerous people seated on the beach. Two bathing carts and numerous paddlers can also be seen. By Thomas Donovan. c1890. HA920305
The James Gray Collection::Volume 18::Preston Area
29 PRESTON ROAD Three photographs of the motor and cycle business of Frederick T. Turpin, who started here in 1906 and sold out in 1936 This is the oldest photograph of the three, dating from 1911.
A glimpse of Regency Brighton
A lot of people have written much about the Pavilion at Brighton, so I shan't add too much in words, other than mentioning that it had hot and cold running water and seawater on tap, which is pretty impressive plumbing in anyone's book for the time But then everyone who knows me knows my obsession with plumbing and drainage, made a trifle more acute right now as I managed to break the toilet. [Our plumber has it in hand and has done me a temporary fix until he can get me the parts... bless…
Old Ship Hotel
The London to Brighton Coach driving along King's Road past 'Old Ship Hotel'. Sign on hotel building to left reads 'Cuff & Strachan family Hotel'. To left shop window of W.H.Mason from Ackerman's Repository of Arts. The entrance to Ship Street can be seen on the left; The Chain Pier can be seen in the distance far right. Situated on King's Road the Old Ship Hotel is the oldest in Brighton. The Assembly Rooms behind were built in 1767, the entrance demolished in 1895.
Greetings Cards and wrapping paper with classic British design
Brighton: The Steine 1824 Frederica Cards - Greetings Cards and wrapping paper with classic British design
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