A light-hearted protest - but the town was quiet. Very quiet
Happy and confident - Mrs Thatcher arrives at the Grand Hotel for the 1984 Tory Conference
Band call for the Prime Minister at the Top Rank Suit
The bomber's legacy - a gaping chasm through the centre of the Grand. It was down this hole that guests on the upper floors hurtled as the chimney collapsed and tilted rooms in a helter-skelter of fear
As the force of the blast shot upwards it dislodged a chimney. As the chimney plunged down it tipped the floor of each room up and sent the occupants flying into the maelstrom
The upward blast destroyed the hotel facade; the downward blast was internal, but deadly
A victim of the outrage lies injured outside the hotel. A policeman, looking almost as dazed as the victims, looks up at the devastation.
Dazed survivors, some still in night clothes, stand on the seafront
The split second the bomb went off. People dive for cover as the rubble begins to fly
Sir Walter and Lady Elise Clegg with rescuers.
Shocked,bleeding and dazed with horror - two of the victims of the terrorist's bomb
Sober faces at the police Press conference. Left to right, Chief Constable Roger Birch, Home Secretary Leon Brittan and john Gummer
After two dusty, dirty weeks in the rubble, police searchers enjoy an impromtu paddle in the sea opposite the Grand. Their faces show the relief that this part of the job is over
A hard earned break for just three of the many rescuers, who risked their own lives to save people from the devastated hotel
Traffic chaos in brighton during the hunt through the rubble