This photograph shows Artillery Street in Brighton on 29 June 1947. The road and its surrounding buildings were demolished in the late 1950s and the land eventually re-used as part of the Churchill Square shopping centre.
Proud of its past
Artillery Street took its name from the nearby West Battery. This gun emplacement had been built in 1793 during the Revolutionary Wars with France.
The battery had been demolished in 1858 but almost 90 years later it was still celebrated by one business in this street.
Can you spot which one?
Author: Kevin Bacon, Digital Manager