1930s (Page 2)

A view of Hastings looking East across the town from a point above Saint Leonard's Hastings/Saint Leonards open-air pool in the 1930s, now just a hole in the ground The Albert Memorial, once the focal-point of the centre of Hastings, but hastily demolished after a "fire" Storeton Quarry, where many of Merseyside's best sandstone buildings originated Croft Hall, Bromborough, newly built in the 1930s
Grange Road West in Birkenhead looking very wide without its present-day traffic Raby Mere in Winter, still with a good crowd of trippers Grange Road West in Birkenhead looking down towards Charing Cross The Groves in Chester, a popular walk alongside the Dee Fishing at Bangor on Dee in the 1930s
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Hastings Pier and the White Rock Pavilion, seen in the 1930s before the pier was destroyed Bournemouth, the Pier approach and holidaymakers in the 1930s Hasting's East Hill with its Funicular Railway, now restored and still working A familiar sight of a weighing machine by the beach in Hoylake