Trafalgar Street

Page link: A tribute to Peter Stocker
A tribute to Peter Stocker
Died 29th October 2015 aged 62
Page link: About Trafalgar Street
About Trafalgar Street
A brief history
Page link: Alf Appleton's trickster dog
Alf Appleton's trickster dog
Owned by 1934 landlord of the 'Prince Albert' pub, Trafalgar Street
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: Case dismissed
Case dismissed
From the Brighton Gazette, 1849
Page link: Confusing name for this new market
Confusing name for this new market
In Trafalgar Arches, off Trafalgar Street
Page link: Disturbance outside the Prince George
Disturbance outside the Prince George
From the 'Brighton Herald', April 1883
Page link: Gambling on Sundays not allowed!
Gambling on Sundays not allowed!
From the Brighton Observer, Friday 6th July 1861
Page link: Goodbye and thanks to Graham
Goodbye and thanks to Graham
Long time Lord Nelson landlord retires
Page link: Light at the end of the tunnel, July 2009
Light at the end of the tunnel, July 2009
In the undercroft, top of Trafalgar Street
Page link: Memories of Trafalgar Street
Memories of Trafalgar Street
My grandmother ran a fish and chip shop
Page link: New street art
New street art
Knocked up
Page link: No 32 Trafalgar Street
No 32 Trafalgar Street
Then and now
Page link: North Laine setting for this debut movie
North Laine setting for this debut movie
'My Accomplice', directed by Charlie Weaver Rolfe
Page link: Not wanted!
Not wanted!
Horse abandoned in Trafalgar Street
Page link: Peggy the dog
Peggy the dog
A resident of Trafalgar Street?
Page link: Peter Stocker remembered by the traders
Peter Stocker remembered by the traders
He was co-founder of the North Laine Traders Association
Page link: Peter the Potter
Peter the Potter
Sad news
Page link: Peter the potter - then and now
Peter the potter - then and now
60th birthday celebration at Pavilion Gardens Cafe
Page link: Poetry wall in Trafalgar Street
Poetry wall in Trafalgar Street
Created by the Lord Nelson pub
Page link: Pride Festival, 7th August 2010
Pride Festival, 7th August 2010
Trafalgar Street blocked
Page link: Savagery at the slaughterhouse
Savagery at the slaughterhouse
From the 'Brighton Herald', 17th November 1883
Page link: Short and sweet?
Short and sweet?
New market set to close
Page link: Supported housing for young people
Supported housing for young people
The work of the Foyer in Trafalgar Street
Page link: The spirit of Hallowe'en
The spirit of Hallowe'en
Seen in North Laine, 31st October 2014
Page link: They bore no grudge at fate
They bore no grudge at fate
Owners of Grand Parade Garage, established 1918
Page link: They say it'll be over by Christmas
They say it'll be over by Christmas
Event at Brighton Toy & Model Museum, 22nd November 2014
Page link: Trafalgar Street
Trafalgar Street
Street sign
Page link: Trafalgar Street from the station
Trafalgar Street from the station
Pictorial record of changes
Page link: Tribute to the stars of yesteryear
Tribute to the stars of yesteryear
Mural on side of Prince Albert pub
Page link: We had two businesses in North Laine
We had two businesses in North Laine
In Trafalgar Street and Gloucester Road
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