Brighton street art by @thepostman_art #thepostman_art in Brighton. Shot with a Canon S100
Crate diggin at the Saturday market The Saturday morning street market was set up by Harry Cowley in the 1890s. It was set aside by police and the Council for street traders with the aim of moving them from Bond Street and Gardner Street. Tables […]
The Club has organised the Pioneer Run since 1930 and it is widely recognised as the premier event for pre-1915 veteran motorcycles. The run starts at Tattenham Corner (Epsom) and finishes at Madeira Drive on Brighton seafront.
Statue of George IV on a granite pedestal outside the Pavilion Gardens’ North Gate, a replica of one at the head of the grand staircase in Windsor Castle. Its position is not quite right – it was moved from an original location in Old Steine […]
Take a free ride on the Madeira Lift / Kemp town Seafront Lift Its a Grade 11 listed Victorian lift, now fully restored to its former glory. Originally opening in 1890, the lift links Marine Parade with Madeira Drive. In its heyday it carried thousands […]
Hove Plinth is a community project by Hove Civic Society creating a brand new cultural attraction on the historic Hove seafront. Constellation, by Folkestone sculptor Jonathan Wright, is a part mechanical gilded model of the solar system, part film camera and part ship’s compass. A crowdfunding […]