West Pier Greetings Card
When the West Pier opened in 1866, it was the most magnificent pier that had ever been built.
Its architect, Eugenius Birch, designed 14 piers altogether, and this was his masterpiece.
Time, however, has not been kind to the grand old lady. Storms, neglect and two arson attacks have left the pier a burnt out shell. The people of Brighton still feel great affection for this iconic landmark, though.
And at sunset the starlings come and pay tribute to her by performing their magical murmurations.
148mm x 148mm. Blank inside.
Comes with a white envelope, sealed in a cello bag.