July - August 2012

Page link: A few coalhole covers still remain
A few coalhole covers still remain
They led directly to the coal cellars
Page link: Immortalised on a bus
Immortalised on a bus
Several North Laine personalities have their names there
Page link: Mr Butt, the timber tycoon
Mr Butt, the timber tycoon
John Eede Butt that became Travis & Arnold, Trafalgar Lane
Page link: Not quite naked bike riders!
Not quite naked bike riders!
Photographed in Pavilion Gardens, Sunday 10th June 2012
Page link: Special displays for the Diamond Jubilee, June 2012
Special displays for the Diamond Jubilee, June 2012
Some North Laine shops, artists and designers entered into the spirit
Page link: That cheekie chappie
That cheekie chappie
Charity garden party on Sunday 12th August 2012
Page link: When Trafalgar Street had its own cricket field
When Trafalgar Street had its own cricket field
Extract from 'A Peep into the Past' and other memories
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