06.11.21 Artist’s guided walk / launch of Pioneer, a sea-faring train from 1896

starting place ‘Village Square’ in Brighton Marina

Meet at 3pm at the Village square in the Marina, departing for an augmented, time travelling, sightseeing along the Undercliff walk on the path at the sea level.

Village Square, Brighton Marina Village, BN2 5WD

ending at Paston Place, Banjo Groyne, Kemptown sea front

Pioneer in print

The app is live from the 6th November

The postcards to trigger the experience in any location will be freely available on 28.10.21 the first day of Brighton Digital Festival inside
Lighthouse, 28 Kensington Street, Brighton, BN1 4AJ
(+44) 01273 647197
info@lighthouse.org.uk

Five interesting photos during the short life of the Railroad, in four of which passengers are seen. A pity they are so indistinct as more clarity would have been revealed the mechanics of the operation.

How to experience the Pioneer

The app will be live and available to download from the 6th of November 2021 !

Join the launch of the Pioneer (Daddy longlegs) at 3pm on Saturday 6th November 2021. Experience augmented Victorian engineering from 1896 on your smartphone by joining the artist’s walk. Using the geo-tagged features of the new free smartphone app when walking close to the original route it took it will trigger it to reappear out at sea.

We will meet in the village square of The Marina, seeing it where it once passed as this site hadn’t been built during its existence. The walk will be approximately 1.3 miles along the undercliff path observing the tracks if low tide permits visibility. We will return towards Brighton with a pause for refreshments at The Daddy Longlegs pub in kemptown.
Here is a map to help you begin.

For people heading back into Brighton, the start of The Pioneer’s journey began from ‘Banjo Groyne’ in Kemptown on the main promenade opposite Paston Place.

The car approaching the Paston Place Terminus, with a good view of the line poles supporting the overhead wire.

If you can’t make this and are not in Brighton make sure you collect a ‘Pioneer’ postcard of the Daddy Longlegs with instructions on the reverse, so you can trigger the experience anywhere you like.

Available in opening hours from :

1. Lighthouse, 28 Kensington St, Brighton BN1 4AJ from 28th October
2. The Daddy Longlegs pub, 1 Arundel place, Brighton, BN2 5TE
3. The Royal Victoria Hotel, Marina, St Leonards, Saint Leonards-on-sea TN38 0BD

The Sea Going Car, abandoned at the end of the rapidly decaying Ovingdean Gap Station, about 1902. The over-the-sea railway had only a short life, being in use from 1896-1901.

Pioneer launch November 6th 2021

3pm, Brighton Marina 06.11.21
Futuristic engineering & public transport from 1896 ‘Pioneer’ rides again in November 2021 when I release my latest augmented reality artwork in @DigitalBrighton. Look out for Events & talks, seeing the Victorian version of SpaceX & NASA’s Perseverance mission landing in Mars #AR