The London to Brighton Coach driving along King's Road past 'Old Ship Hotel'. Sign on hotel building to left reads 'Cuff & Strachan family Hotel'. To left shop window of W.H.Mason from Ackerman's Repository of Arts. The entrance to Ship Street can be seen on the left; The Chain Pier can be seen in the distance far right. Situated on King's Road the Old Ship Hotel is the oldest in Brighton. The Assembly Rooms behind were built in 1767, the entrance demolished in 1895.
The Carriage Road, from the Castle Square to St James Street and Other Important Impropvements on the Old Steine
The Annual Fair, held On The Level by William Alfred Delamotte.
Aquatint by Thomas Rowlandson, Shows several bathing carts on Brighton beach. Cliffs Men and women in hats descending wooden steps from cliff to beach. Windmill on cliff. Fisherman with boats. One is repairing nets.
Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton & Hove - Ink and pencil drawing by Augustus Pugin showing ground plan of Royal Pavilion, Dome stables and gardens.
Execution of two soldiers near Brighton, June
The Restaurant, Grand Aquarium, Brighton. Print by J. Newman & Co of Southwark, London. Published 19 August 1876. The left hand wall has two alcoves with classical statues set into them. To the right are rows of dining tables,and rows of classical columns. At the far end of the room, centrally placed is a large archway flanked by columns.
The Viaduct by George Earp, 1841
Aldrington Basin and Salt Daisy Lake. Watercolour by Brook Harrison. View across landscape of grass to a river with several ships.
Corridor No.1, Grand Aquarium, Brighton. Print published 19 August 1876.
The Temple, the seat of Thomas Read Kemp Esq, Aquatint.
Oil painting from the Fine Art collection. "Aldrington Basin" by Aaron Penley, showing a wooden house standing on the water's edge, the figure of a woman stands outside.
Egremont House by William Alfred Delamotte. Watercolour, Shows double bow fronted brick house, also known as East Lodge. Stood in what is now Egremont Place in Brighton.
In the The Level was reportedly the only public space in Brighton to allow ball games. mid Century) - Colored mezzotint after William Drummond & Charles J. Basebe "The Cricket Match between Sussex and Kent at Brighton"