Military vehicles, pulling large guns, leave their position on Madeira Drive on Brighton Seafront for an artillery salute on Remembrance Day. A vibrant sunset follows. A fire has left Hove Town Hall, still smoking, badly damaged. Fire engines and hoses surround the scene. The building has since been pulled down, a result of the fire, which occurred in 1966. Waves crash up to the promenade at Hove Lawns during rough seas. A Remembrance Day military parade marches along King's Road, passing the Aquarium and Motor Museum. Large canons are positioned at Madeira Drive. Service men operate the canons during a firing salute before they are driven away, attached to large armoured vehicles.