General history

Page link: 'Laine', 'laines' or 'lane'?
'Laine', 'laines' or 'lane'?
Researching the origin
Page link: A blot on their characters
A blot on their characters
From the Brighton Gazette, January 1832
Page link: A few coalhole covers still remain
A few coalhole covers still remain
They led directly to the coal cellars
Page link: A group visit to the battlefields of Ypres?
A group visit to the battlefields of Ypres?
Marking a century since the start of World War I
Page link: A Penny for the Gas
A Penny for the Gas
Book by Alice Reynolds launched in August 2011
Page link: Alfred and Hannah Wright of 18 Kensington Place
Alfred and Hannah Wright of 18 Kensington Place
Victorian and Edwardian photographers in North Laine, Part 1
Page link: Annie makes a scene at the bar
Annie makes a scene at the bar
From the Brighton Guardian, 25 March 1885
Page link: Beer brewing and selling in North Laine
Beer brewing and selling in North Laine
All current pubs date from the 19th century
Page link: Black day for a cellarman
Black day for a cellarman
From a press report in October 1884
Page link: Bringing back the Belle
Bringing back the Belle
Past and planned future for the Brighton Belle
Page link: Case dismissed
Case dismissed
From the Brighton Gazette, 1849
Page link: Caught on the hop
Caught on the hop
Press report from November 1841
Page link: Christiana - the chocolate cream poisoner
Christiana - the chocolate cream poisoner
She lived in Gloucester Place
Page link: Did you know?
Did you know?
Facts about North Laine
Page link: Discover North Laine on foot
Discover North Laine on foot
A history trail around the North Laine
Page link: Discover North Laine on foot
Discover North Laine on foot
Guided Summer Walks this July and August
Page link: Discover the historic North Laine
Discover the historic North Laine
Summer walks with Peter Crowhurst
Page link: Disturbance outside the Prince George
Disturbance outside the Prince George
From the 'Brighton Herald', April 1883
Page link: Evils of drink in Church Street
Evils of drink in Church Street
Extract from 'Brighton As It Is', 1836
Page link: Guided walks around historical North Laine, summer 2012
Guided walks around historical North Laine, summer 2012
Wednesday evenings and Sunday mornings
Page link: It was once a kosher butchers
It was once a kosher butchers
No 20 Bond Street
Page link: It's virtually the North Laine
It's virtually the North Laine
New way to visualize social history
Page link: Laine or Laines?
Laine or Laines?
Not as clear-cut as all that
Page link: Lanes and Laines: that old chestnut!
Lanes and Laines: that old chestnut!
What is the difference?
Page link: Love from Brighton to Australia
Love from Brighton to Australia
A postcard from 1907
Page link: Memories of Upper Gardner Street
Memories of Upper Gardner Street
Eighty years in the same house
Page link: Milkman who creamed off the profit
Milkman who creamed off the profit
From a press report in November 1884
Page link: Mr Butt, the timber tycoon
Mr Butt, the timber tycoon
John Eede Butt that became Travis & Arnold, Trafalgar Lane
Page link: Mystery of body on the beach
Mystery of body on the beach
From the Brighton Gazette, 8th December 1831
Page link: Nearly goodbye to Upper Gardner Street
Nearly goodbye to Upper Gardner Street
Violet Monger writing in 1972
Page link: North Laine - that's the name!
North Laine - that's the name!
A student researches the area
Page link: North Laine at war (part 1)
North Laine at war (part 1)
Clues to the area's military past
Page link: North Laine bookshops remembered
North Laine bookshops remembered
'Bookends: a partial history of the Brighton book trade'
Page link: Pub thief who landed himself in jug
Pub thief who landed himself in jug
From the Brighton Herald, 3rd September 1881
Page link: Savagery at the slaughterhouse
Savagery at the slaughterhouse
From the 'Brighton Herald', 17th November 1883
Page link: Schools in North Laine in the 19th century
Schools in North Laine in the 19th century
Some private, some public
Page link: Slaughterhouse stench
Slaughterhouse stench
Debate on public health in the 19th century
Page link: Some fragments of North Laine's past
Some fragments of North Laine's past
Found among some papers from an old colleague
Page link: Streams and valleys
Streams and valleys
The parish of St Bartholomew's
Page link: Summoned to court in 1890
Summoned to court in 1890
From the Brighton Examiner, 7th July 1890
Page link: That magnificent barn
That magnificent barn
The 'King & Queen' in Marlborough Place
Page link: The captain's tumble
The captain's tumble
From the Sussex Weekly Advertiser, 23 October 1820
Page link: The hub of communications
The hub of communications
North Laine in the 1970s
Page link: The magistrate said
The magistrate said "A likely story!"
From the 'Brighton Herald', April 1881
Page link: The saving of North Laine
The saving of North Laine
New plaque commemmorating the work of Ken Fines
Page link: The threat to North Laine - 1876
The threat to North Laine - 1876
Trains to Church Street
Page link: Three new ones for North Laine this past year
Three new ones for North Laine this past year
AGM report by NLCA Commemorative Plaque Panel representative, 2014/15
Page link: Timber and joinery in North Laine
Timber and joinery in North Laine
The North Road Timber Company
Page link: Trading at 82 Gloucester Road
Trading at 82 Gloucester Road
Grocery to bicycles
Page link: Trafalgar Street from the station
Trafalgar Street from the station
Pictorial record of changes
Page link: Tuscan columns and giant pilasters
Tuscan columns and giant pilasters
Original Hanover Chapel, now part of Brighthelm Church & Community Centre
Page link: What life was like for working class folk
What life was like for working class folk
North Laine in the early 1900s
Page link: When the bells rang out for Annie
When the bells rang out for Annie
Press report dated 2nd October 1884
Page link: Where is North Laine?
Where is North Laine?
The streets that border it
Page link: Why 'laine'?
Why 'laine'?
Word unknown elsewhere in England
Page link: Why our streets are where they are
Why our streets are where they are
Laines, furlongs, paul pieces and leak ways
Page link: Worse than a bull in a china shop!
Worse than a bull in a china shop!
From the 'Brighton Herald', Saturday 3rd February 1900