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Brighton From Old Photographs Christopher Horlock

Brighton From Old Photographs By Christopher Horlock

Brighton From Old Photographs by Christopher Horlock

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Explore the history of Brighton through this fascinating collection of beautiful photographs.

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Brighton From Old Photographs by Christopher Horlock

The south coast city of Brighton has long been one of Britain's most famous and influential places, ever since the Prince of Wales, later George IV, began to visit regularly, constructed the Royal Pavilion and thus encouraged its development as a fashionable seaside resort. Brighton continued to grow as a major tourist centre following the arrival of the railways in 1841, becoming a popular destination for day-trippers from London. In this fascinating collection of images from the Victorian and Edwardian eras, author Christopher Horlock shows Brighton at the height of its fame as the 'Queen of watering places', a time when many of her major attractions were built, including the Grand Hotel, the West Pier, and the Brighton Palace Pier. Brighton From Old Photographs provides something for everyone, be they long-time residents or first-time visitors.

About Christopher Horlock

Christopher Horlock is an author, historian and avid collector of old photographs of Brighton. He has written many books on Brighton and Sussex and has had a regular column in 'Sussex Life' magazine since 2006.

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Brighton From Old Photographs by Christopher Horlock
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Amberley Publishing
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
The book has been read, but looks new. The book cover has no visible wear, and the dust jacket is included if applicable. No missing or damaged pages, no tears, possible very minimal creasing, no underlining or highlighting of text, and no writing in the margins

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