Brighton Trolleybuses - Braybon Avenue
|Just a wisper as the trolleybus goes by||
Today's Service. A diesel bus on route 5B
struggles to climb the steep Braybon Avenue
making much noise on it's way!
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From: "Martin Snow" <email@example.com>
"Andrew Henbest" <firstname.lastname@example.org> and
"Martin Nimmo" <Martin.Nimmo@cimaglobal.com>
Taken in Braybon Avenue on Service 46, #35 [FUF 35] speeds on to the Hollingbury terminus under
bracket arm overhead suspension - a feature of this part of the route.
Forty years later the grass verges still have an uncared look and a 'job lot' of paving stones have been laid. I am sure most houses would have had a telephone service way back in 1961 and so it is surprising to see the addition of a telegraph pole with supply cables across the road. Nothing changes really in this scene apart from the residents ability to afford more up market cars.