Yes, your quite right in seeing page 20
to how much further we are able to go beyond here is anyone’s guess!
1835 print Frederick North. North Lodge Old London Road.
Town centre taken from Robertson Street. 1901.
Silverhill junction. 1901.
Alexandra Park and Fire Brigade Demonstration. 1906. I suppose it was to see how far he could squirt!!!
Pelham Crescent and Place. 1906.
Empire Day Celebrations in Alexandra Park. 1907.
Taken from a different angle, Empire day celebrations 1907.
Yet again the town centre taken from Robertson Street. 1908.
The Infirmary at White Rock. 1911.
White Rock Parade. 1912.
Lots of people clambering aboard the beached sub. 1919.
Looking towards the west on the beach and all the fishing boats. 1917.
Enjoying the new source of entertainment at west St Leonards. 1935.
Lots of people yet again enjoying the covered area known to us all as Bottle Alley. 1937.
Town centre and the Albert Memorial Clock tower. 1947.
A very busy day on White Rock Parade, if only we could attract this many people today! 1909.
An early Lithograph of Pleasant Row in 1830.
An early coloured Postcard of White Rock Parade and Beach. 1905.
Another view of the park flooded in October 1909.
Bandstand – White Rock Gardens. 1925.
Bourne Street – Old Town. 1902.
Heavy snow fall on Lower Park Road in 1911.
Christs Church London Road in c1893 before the building of the tower.
On the 13th May in 1875 – The opening of the new Christ Church, London Road – Silchester Road. The tower and spire were added in 1894.
Clinton Crescent – Silverhill. 1907.
Clive Vale from the East Hill. 1924. Very distinctive is Halton in the top distance that was, but now all gone!
Customers of The Dripping Spring Public House – Tower Road. 1918. Obviously the children were outside eating crisps and drinking lemonade whilst dad was inside drinking the hard stuff?? Oh Yeh!!
Drapers Windmill Silverhill. 1905.
Entente of the Silverhill trams just by the Rainbow Temperence Hotel. 1904.
Entertainers at White Rock Gardens. 1925.
Entertainers on White Rock Beach. 1895.
Entrance to White Rock Gardens. 1930.
Falaise Hall Indoor Bowling Green – White Rock Gardens. 1954.
Holidaymakers on the beach – White Rock . 1925. Yes I read the Daily Sketch OK!
Jack in the Green celebration, from Christ Church School on London Road. 1932.
Junction of London Road and Tower Road. 1905.
Junction of Woodland Vale Road, London Road and Tower Road West. 1910.
Lower Promenade and sun shelters. 1957.
Markwick Terrace. 1905.
Motor Carnival along White Rock Parade. 1907.
Mrs Bulty’s House – West Mount – Coburg Place – Old Town. 1903.
On October 13th 1887, The East Sussex Infirmary, shown in the engraving was opened opposite Hastings pier.
Pevensey Road. 1905.
Queens Road. 1959.
Recruiting troops for the 5th Royal Sussex – White Rock. July 1915.
RESH Nurses awaiting on Princess Elizabeth’s Royal visit in 1951 – at the entrance to The Royal East Sussex Hospital by the museum.
Royal East Sussex Hospital. 1920. (1)
Royal East Sussex Hospital. 1920. (2)
Royal East Sussex Hospital. 1920. (3)
Royal East Sussex Hospital. 1920. (4)
Royal East Sussex Hospital. 1934.
Royal East Sussex Hospital. 1934. (2)
Sandcastle Competition – White Rock. 1908.
Shelter and Bowling Greens – White Rock Gardens. 1935.
Silverhill Junction. 1906. (sorry about the quality!)
Silverhill Windmill, Windmill Road. 1905. (Hence the name still stands today as ‘Windmill Road’)
St Johns Church – Upper Maze Hill. 1903.
St Peters Grange – 24 Upper Maze Hill. 1910.
St leonards pier. What a happy bunch!! 1912.
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