Hastings and St. Leonards (page 2)

Excursion boats on the beach in the 1880s in the area now known as "Bottle Alley" The few remaining fragments of the Castle as they appeared in the early 1900s Aerial view of Hastings from a point off Saint Leonards, looking East in the 1930s Aerial view of Hastings looking West from a point off Rock-a-Nore in the 1950s The "Lovers' Seat" at Fairlight, just along the coast from Hastings, as it looked in the 1900s
Saint Clement's Church in the Old Town during the 1890s, a scene often used in "Foyle's War" Pleasure boats pulled up onto the beach in the 1920s, using the fishermen's winches beside the net huts The newly-built Pier in the 1880s without any of the distinctive buildings which would be added later The High Pavement on the High Street in 1890, before the guard rail was considered neccessary The East Hill and the Lifeboat House in its original position in 1883. The Funicular Railway was built 20 years later
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The Parade seen from the end of the Pier in the 1890s View from the East Hill over the Old Town in the 1900s Aerial view of the Old Town in the 1940s before London Road was cut through the centre of it All Saints Street, seen here in the 1920s, looks much the same today and is often used in "Foyle's War"