EPW000747 ENGLAND (1920). Grand Parade, Eastbourne, from the south-west, 1920

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Details

Title [EPW000747] Grand Parade, Eastbourne, from the south-west, 1920
Reference EPW000747
Date April-1920
Link
Place name EASTBOURNE
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 561383, 98288
Longitude / Latitude 0.28851129665595, 50.761143601211
National Grid Reference TV614983

Pins

Notice that the structure which was destroyed by fire a few years ago is not visible in this shot. The music pavilion as it was originally called became a dance hall and then the Blue Room (an amusement arcade). This structure is helpful when dating photos of the seafront: it was built between 1923-1925.

Mikeo1938
Sunday 15th of April 2018 06:23:22 PM
Lower Esplanade

Alan McFaden
Monday 22nd of July 2013 11:30:13 AM

Alan McFaden
Monday 22nd of July 2013 11:29:17 AM
Eastbourne Beach

Alan McFaden
Monday 22nd of July 2013 11:28:06 AM
Eastbourne Pier View East

Alan McFaden
Monday 22nd of July 2013 11:27:29 AM
Eastbourne Pier

Alan McFaden
Monday 22nd of July 2013 11:26:21 AM
Eastbourne Pier and Beach

Alan McFaden
Monday 22nd of July 2013 11:25:42 AM
Eastbourne Pier

Alan McFaden
Monday 22nd of July 2013 11:24:58 AM

User Comment Contributions

Eastbourne Pier Fire Damage September 2014

Alan McFaden
Wednesday 8th of October 2014 10:33:47 AM
This is Eastbourne Pier and Grand Parade showing the junction of Cavendish Place and Elms Aevnue. The grander looking building on the right is the Queens Hotel. The dome on the seaward side of the pier houses the camera obscura.

Chris
Saturday 30th of June 2012 10:56:48 PM
To the extreme left can be seen what is now Terminus Road, formerly Victoria Place. The maisonettes, Victoria Mansions, are yet to be built on the western side of the road.

Mikeo1938
Tuesday 26th of June 2012 06:36:41 PM