Looking to the east towards Newhaven
Reproduced with acknowledgement to the
National Tramway Museum, Crich, Derbyshire, England
This view looks to the east along
Trinity Crescent, from a point close to where the railway
bridge crosses Trinity Crescent at the foot of Trinity Road.
The two tram tracks from Newhaven can be
seen converging into one as they approach the camera, in order
to go round the double bend under the railway bridge at the
foot of Trinity Road (out of picture on the right).
I don't know the publisher of this post
card. I have only seen the front of the card.
Looking at the back of
this card might reveal who the publisher was and /or when the
card is likely to have been published.
When might this picture have been taken.
It looks to me as if it might have been some time between
about 1910 and 1930. The only transport to be seen is a
tram, passing the Old Chain Pier Bar and a horse & cart.