1. Who were attracted to Brighton for seawater cure (18th Century)?
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2. What was the outcome of the railway?
- Brighton - London, between 1841 and 1881, population rose from 15,000 to 135,000
- More cows got ran over
- It became a wet place from all the steam in the atmosphere from the train
3. What's special about Brighton's industrial development?
- It redeveloped itself, now a centre for tertiary and quaternary industries, people from media sector attracted there
- Made the first chocolate bar
- It employs more than 90,000 people yearly
4. What did Brighton initially become a village for?
- Potential for fishing
- Potential for mining
- Potential for quarrying
5. What was the outcome of tourism?
- They ran out of ice creams
- People migrated to Brighton for jobs
- People had to leave as it was too busy
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