Bright's Terrace

From Historical Hastings

Also known as Bright Terrace, these twenty-one houses were constructed by Mr. Antony (or Toby) King in 1882[1] extending down Bohemia Road with number 1 being at the junction with Salisbury Road[2] towards Hastings town centre, this terrace was later absorbed into Bohemia Road, becoming the numbers 103 to 143 (odds). ==References & Notes=={{Expansion depth limit exceeded||smwbasepage={{Expansion depth limit exceeded}}}}

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  2. St Leonards in the 1860s