Brighton National Schools – Erected 1830


Lithograph by Taylor of Western Road, drawn by H Mew, Builder & Surveyor, Brighton. This print is a small version of the large lithograph of the same scene (BPC00341) and this small version does not have the coach and four loading up outside the Regent Hotel. The bow-fronted pebble building on the left still stands today as a shop on the corner of New Road and Church Street. The National School building stood on the present site of Carluccio’s restaurant on the corner of Church and Jubilee Streets.

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Church Street. National School.

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