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Seen here in the light of an early spring sunset, The Madeira Lift (Elevator) and Shelter Hall were constructed in the 1830's and are part of the 2,837 foot (865 meters) long terrace built at the same time. Both are listed buildings made of iron and were designed as a means of descending from Madeira Drive down to the lower level of Marine Parade in the City of Brighton, East Sussex, England.

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