EPW000113 ENGLAND (1920). West Marina and Station, St Leonards, Hastings, 1920

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Details

Title [EPW000113] West Marina and Station, St Leonards, Hastings, 1920
Reference EPW000113
Date February-1920
Link
Place name ST LEONARDS
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 578786, 108761
Longitude / Latitude 0.5401515419284, 50.85013982255
National Grid Reference TQ788088

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John W
Saturday 15th of August 2020 10:17:33 PM

John W
Saturday 15th of August 2020 10:15:41 PM

John W
Saturday 15th of August 2020 10:15:01 PM
Bathing machines still present; presumably stored away from the beach for the Winter, as this photo was taken in February.

John W
Saturday 15th of August 2020 10:14:00 PM
Gaze, Kane & Co. Ltd. Coal depot.

Jim
Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:55:02 PM
West Marina Station

class 6
Wednesday 12th of November 2014 05:21:08 PM
The site of St Leonards Bathing Pool opened in 1933, of Olympic standard. Closed mid 1980s; site cleared 1993

Pglen
Tuesday 5th of November 2013 07:46:55 PM
Old railway coach beach hut.

Maurice
Tuesday 5th of November 2013 06:04:17 PM

User Comment Contributions

Actually there are two stations.......towards the top right of the photo can be seen West St. Leonard's station (SE&CR) as well as the more obvious LB&SCR West Marina station. Looks like an 0-6-2t in LBSC umber to the left of the engine shed as well as the boiler of another loco in front of it. The old railway carriage body, hut and small boat in the foreground would make a lovely little cameo on a model railway. Can't see any trams but it looks like the masts for the overhead wiring are up, replacing the original Dolter stud system and subsequent use of petrol-electric traction.

What a superb photograph.......93 years ago!

Simon H
Tuesday 5th of November 2013 05:09:10 PM