Thursday 26 July 2012

Coleman Street, Brighton

Visiting my old Hanover stomping ground the other day I had to make a pilgrimage to the street that not only bears my name but also where one would most hope to find a coalhole.

And I'm pleased to report that there were a couple of remaining covers, despite multiple resurfacing of pavements.

While there was a common 'Every and Newman' design, this one was unlabelled with a pleasing symmetrical design of concentric circles and diamonds.

1 comment:

  1. There are plenty of coalhole covers in Kemp Town. This is mine in Sudeley Street. Looks like the one above, but with ""Woollett North Street Brighton" emblazonned around the perimeter.