I have pleasure in enclosing a photograph of my neighbour, Mr. Arthur Collins, who was chauffeur to the owner of Patcham Place when the house was in private occupation.
I am sure many readers on entering Brighton will have admired the beautiful Georgian elevations of this lovely house at Patcham on the outskirts of the town.
The car shown is the rare Universal Turner of which, I understand, only five of this model were made. This was the only one converted to gas, during the 1914-1918 war.
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