Bedford Street or Bedford Solicitors?

Photo:A House on Bedford Street

A House on Bedford Street


This page was added by James Stevens on 19/06/2007.
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Where was Bedford Street? Isn't this the house in the High Street which is now occupied by a Solicitors Office?

By Richard Beckett
On 14/04/2008

Being one of the telecom repair men for the town I figured I knew most of the streets, but I can't place Bedford Street?

By Rob Patten
On 04/06/2008

As stated originally, I am certain this IS an old photo of the property where Bedford Solicitors now operate in the HIGH STREET. Interesting to note detail when the photo is examined closely such as the haphazard layers of brickwork repairs/addition to the left and above the doorway. I wonder if originally the doorway was much higher and wider, such as an open entrance to a yard or similar. Also the line of a apparent "joint" extending virtually all the way up to the right of the doorway where an adjacent property has possibly been added afterwards.

By Richard Beckett
On 13/06/2008

Concerning the comment regarding the haphazard brick repairs; it appears to me that this is an example of a building faced with mathematical tiles, as commonly found in the Lewes and Brighton areas.

By Chris Morris
On 31/03/2009

It was Bedford and Welstead. Between Barclays Bank and the White Hart. I remember when Mr Welstead moved on they just scored two lines through his name on the brass plaque, very professional.

By Ron Herriott
On 13/12/2009

There are only 5 streets in Newhaven.

They are:-

High Street, Chapel Street, Bridge Street, Ship Street and Baker Street.

John - Editor

By Ron Herriott
On 30/01/2014

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