Steyne Road, near the Wellington Pub ( From Seaford Museum )

Steyne Road, near the Wellington Hotel the sea had breached the sea wall in the and flooded the lower parts along Steyne Road ( Picture by courtesy of Seaford Museum )

This is a picture of Southdown Road Seaford looking down from the top of Sutton Windmill. Mill House is in the fore front where my grandparents live from 1898 to 1928, note the front garden filled with vegetable's and more out of picture to the right, all to feed there family of ten )

This is a picture of Southdown Road Seaford looking down from the top of Sutton Windmill. Mill House is in the fore front where my grandparents live from 1898 to 1928, note the front garden filled with vegetable's and more out of picture to the right, all to feed there family of ten )

This is a drawn picture I have of Sutton Windmill and Mill House 1899 which at the time was the home of my grandparents Albert & Mary French ( Mill House is still there on the corner of Milldown Road and Sutton Road )

This is a drawn picture I have of Sutton Windmill and Mill House 1899 which at the time was the home of my grandparents Albert & Mary French ( Mill House is still there on the corner of Milldown Road and Sutton Road )

This is Claremont Road Seaford which at the time was the main road from Seaford to Newhaven

This is Claremont Road Seaford which at the time was the main road from Seaford to Newhaven

Bishopstone Railway Station 1960s ( My first job was at Bishopstone as a Junior Porter British Rail we had to keep the station clean but everything was brass the door kicks, handles, and toilets you could do a bottle of brasso in one day. Then there was the bridge over the track with over 100 pains of glass to be cleaned, plus fires to light in the waiting rooms 'Phew' )

Bishopstone Railway Station 1960s ( My first job was at Bishopstone as a Junior Porter British Rail we had to keep the station clean but everything was brass the door kicks, handles, and toilets you could do a bottle of brasso in one day. Then there was the bridge over the track with over 100 pains of glass to be cleaned, plus fires to light in the waiting rooms 'Phew' )

Church Street Seaford ( Wellington & Crown Pub's ) 1967

Church Street Seaford ( Wellington & Crown Pub's ) 1967

I think this picture of Seaford Station would be late 70s as in the 60s the station canopy extended all the way up the station platform ( In the sixties we had to couple and uncouple the trains by hand standing down between two trains whilst the driver squeezed them together lifting the link over the other trains hook, then attach power, air and water tubes today its automatic coupling )

Class 414 2 HAP unit, these two car units had a toilet in one carriage only and no gangway connection.

This is only the bottom half of the now Hindover Road 1890s the Seven Sister Pub has not been built yet ( On doing my family tree at least six family members have lived in different houses in Hindover Road and is where I live there today.

This is only the bottom half of the now Hindover Road the Seven Sister Pub has not been built yet ( On doing my family tree at least six family members have lived in different houses in Hindover Road and is where I live there today.

This is Mill House Seaford corner of Sutton Road and Milldown Road ( My grandparents Albert & Mary French lived here from 1898 to about 1928 they had seven children six of them born here including my father David French two of them standing in the gateway ) The large chimney is a Steam Mill which took over from the windmill.

This is Mill House Seaford corner of Sutton Road and Milldown Road ( My grandparents Albert & Mary French lived here from 1898 to about 1928 they had seven children six of them born here including my father David French two of them standing in the gateway ) The large chimney is a Steam Mill which took over from the windmill.

My first job was a Seaford Station 1965 Junior Porter Bishopstone I used to help the signalmen  Fred Dymont and R Elliott with the oil lamps for the signal gantry's and trains with a cup of tea in the signal box afterwards.

My first job was a Seaford Station 1965 Junior Porter Bishopstone I used to help the signalmen Fred Dymont and R Elliott with the oil lamps for the signal gantry's and trains with a cup of tea in the signal box afterwards.

I remember this back in the 1960s ticket kiosk on the left then through the left hand door for sweets the circle was on this level (Posh Seats) and the rest down the steps to the main auditorium ( Us teenagers did our courting at Seaford, Newhaven, Lewes, Brighton, and Eastbourne cinema's )

I remember this back in the 1960s ticket kiosk on the left then through the left hand door for sweets the circle was on this level (Posh Seats) and the rest down the steps to the main auditorium ( Us teenagers did our courting at Seaford, Newhaven, Lewes, Brighton, and Eastbourne cinema's )

This is Dane Road Seaford with Telsemeure House at the seaward end ( Since Demolished) Now Viking Court flats )

This is Dane Road Seaford with Telsemeure House at the seaward end ( Since Demolished) Now Viking Court flats )

The Old Mill House connected with Sutton Post Windmill at Seaford, East Sussex ( On the corner of Milldown Road and Sutton Road )

The Old Mill House connected with Sutton Post Windmill at Seaford, East Sussex ( On the corner of Milldown Road and Sutton Road )

Bonds Stores Alfriston Road Seaford 1953 ( Coronation Picture's in the window )

Bonds Stores Alfriston Road Seaford 1953 ( Coronation Picture's in the window )

Seaford groynes - 1950's

Seaford groynes - 1950's

Normansal School Firle Road Seaford ( Boys Private School 1957 )

Normansal School Firle Road Seaford ( Boys Private School 1957 )

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