TODAY’s Timeout takes a look back at Brighton seafront in the 1960s.

Cars are pictured packing the coastal road on Brighton seafront.

One of Brighton and Hove’s most distinctive squares, Regency Square, is also pictured here in the same decade.

Regency Square was built between 1818 and 1828 for Joshua Hanson on what was originally Belle Vue Field, which was used at various times as a military camp, a showground and the location of a windmill.

It is opposite the West Pier and the British Airways i360.

An open top bus is pictured by the Palace Pier on Brighton seafront, also in the 60s.

The view of Marine Parade in Kemp Town looking west from Arundel Terrace is also pictured here.

A group of vintage vehicles are pictured in Madeira Drive in Brighton looking west.

Since 1905, Madeira Drive has played host to many major events that take place throughout the year including the Brighton Marathon and Veteran Car Run.

Several buses are also pictured in Madeira Drive in Brighton when a visit to the seaside was just as popular as it is today.

Madeira Drive was once the terminus for Southdown buses and coaches and is still lined with coaches on sunny Sundays.

It has also appeared in several classic films over the years, such as Brighton Rock, Genevieve and Quadrophenia.

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