Entrance to the Pavilion, Brighton


(this is a very small original imagesee note on image sizes)

Steel engraving published by J S & Co, c1855. Numbered 1574 in the publisher’s reordering catalogue. The view is also used as a letter-heading. This is the entrance to the Pavilion gardens from Castle Square to the south, once the South Lodge had been demolished by the Town Commissioners in 1850.

Illustrated in A History of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton by Henry D. Roberts. Country Life, 1939.

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Castle Square. Entrance to the Royal Pavilion

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