Aerial pictures 2010

  • The Argus: Aldrington Basin, Hove
  • The Argus: Aldrington Basin, Hove
  • The Argus: American Express
  • The Argus: Brighton Centre and Kingswest Odeon
  • The Argus: Brighton Centre, Churchill Square, Sussex Heights
  • The Argus: Brighton General Hospital
  • The Argus: Brighton General Hospital
  • The Argus: Brighton Marina
  • The Argus: Brighton Station
  • The Argus: Brighton station and viaduct
  • The Argus: Ditchling Road and Fiveways
  • The Argus: Edward Street
  • The Argus: Embassy Court
  • The Argus: Footbridge, Shoreham
  • The Argus: Footbridge, Shoreham
  • The Argus: Grand Avenue, Hove
  • The Argus: Hanover
  • The Argus: Hove between Palmeira and Brunswick Square
  • The Argus: Hove from Brunswick Square looking west
  • The Argus: Hove Lagoon
  • The Argus: Hove Station
  • The Argus: Hove, Grand Avenue (far left)
  • The Argus: Hove, Grand Avenue (far right)
  • The Argus: Hove, Portland Road (top) and Church Road (centre) running laterally

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The derelict West Pier, the Royal Pavilion and Brighton Dome. The Argus's eye in the sky has certainly caught some memorable shots of Brighton and Hove. If you have keen eyesight you may even be able to pick out your own home in some of our aerial images. The pictures show views across the city with layers of architecture that span the decades. The images were taken by Argus photographer Terry Applin during a helicopter tour. Different images will feature in The Argus every Saturday, stretching from Brighton and Hove to Shoreham. They include a view of the skeleton of the West Pier casting shadows in the sea. The Victorian pier, engineered by Eugenius Birch, burnt down in an arson attack in 2003. Its blackened outer shell has become one of the most photographed landmarks in the city but few people get the opportunity to see it from above. The images show the outline of the old pier still sitting in the sea, giving a sense of its size during its heyday. Other photographs capture the multimillion-pound development of the Amex building in Edward Street. The building work to extend one of the city's biggest employers is now well underway behind the construction boards so the only way to get a real glimpse of the progress is from above. Don't miss The Argus every Saturday for new Eye in the Sky photos. Buying these images could not be easier. Simply click on the photosales link by each picture or call 01273 544371.

Aerial pictures 2010

Falmer Stadium - these pictures were taken on April 18.

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