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This map shows the viaduct and surrounding structures in about 1935 and shows the whole area that is encompassed by Sainsburys and the Vogue Gyratory in the present day. The central span and western piers are all clearly visible along the viaduct’s diagonal path (bottom left). The manufacturing chemist referred to is Cox’s Pill Factory (more of which later). The Allen Arms Pub (top right) still exists today under the name of “The Hub” and rather than being on the corner of Lewes Road and Hollingdean Road, it now sits precariously on an island in the middle of the Vogue Gyratory, the junction having been moved onto the site covered by the Vogue Cinema (pictured on next page) on this map, hence the Vogue Gyratory.

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By GHOST TRAINS - 8/5/2008 7:37 PM