EPW000103 ENGLAND (1920). The Grand Parade with Royal Sussex Regimental Statue, Eastbourne, 1920

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Details

Title [EPW000103] The Grand Parade with Royal Sussex Regimental Statue, Eastbourne, 1920
Reference EPW000103
Date February-1920
Link
Place name EASTBOURNE
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 561761, 98902
Longitude / Latitude 0.29413693263529, 50.766556002715
National Grid Reference TV618989

Pins

A char-a-banc. Note the blackboard on the side listing the places to be visited, most likely Wannock Tea Gardens, Alfriston, Pevensey or maybe a 'mystery tour'

Kevin
Sunday 4th of June 2017 12:43:52 PM
Eastbourne Promenade

Alan McFaden
Monday 22nd of July 2013 06:38:15 PM
View of the beach from the Pier

Alan McFaden
Monday 22nd of July 2013 06:37:38 PM
View East from the Pier

Alan McFaden
Monday 22nd of July 2013 06:37:01 PM
Eastbourne Pier

Alan McFaden
Monday 22nd of July 2013 06:36:32 PM
Eastbourne Pier showing Statue

Alan McFaden
Monday 22nd of July 2013 06:35:58 PM

User Comment Contributions

Fire damage to Eastborne Pier 2014

Alan McFaden
Friday 5th of December 2014 06:11:38 PM
This is Eastbourne Pier with Grand Parade on the left and Marine Parade on the right showing the junction of Cavendish Place and Elms Aevnue. The pier shows a rather sparse-looking entrance that today is considerably enlarged and lit up like a christmas tree.



You can see the four or five people on the promenade looking up as the plane passes by to take this photo.

Chris
Saturday 30th of June 2012 11:42:59 PM
The white charabanc could have been one from Jackson Brothers whose garage was in Whitley Road at the junction with Firle Road. The photo shows girls from Clovelly-Kepplestone School in Meads (on the site of the present Kepplestone flats) leaving for an outing at the former Wannock Tea Gardens.

Mikeo1938
Wednesday 27th of June 2012 06:59:29 PM