Leisure - Outdoors (page 2)

Hansons Dairies Staff Outing. - A group photograph on board "Royal Daffodil II" on the Mersey in 1947 The "Jungle Railway", Tommy Mann's short-lived ride at New Brighton Funfair in 1946 Tommy Mann's "Duck", a converted military amphibious vehicle, on New Brighton beach in 1946 Oxton Cricket Club Team photograph in 1958. Can anyone supply information about these eager young sportsmen? Lancashire RUFC Rugby Union Team in 1963. Once again, any information would be very welcome
The New Shakespeare Theatre in Fraser Street, Liverpool. Opened by Sam Wannamaker (Zoe's dad) in 1957 Queuing-up to visit the regional "Ideal Homes Exhibition" at Saint Georges Hall, Liverpool, in 1958 No worries about "elfin safety" among this excitable group on the fountains at New Brighton Bathing Pool in 1948 "Bill & Ben" contestants at an English Electric Sports Day fancy dress competition in the 1950s Stanley Park open-air Swimming Baths at Anfield in 1957. "No running, No bombing" (Petting hadn't been invented yet).
Excursion pleasure-boats on Hastings beach in the 1880s. The area now known as "Bottle Alley" Crowds on New Brighton beach in 1949, with the Tower Ballroom and the Funfair in the background Crowds on Egremont Promenade and a strangely sandy beach on a sunny day in 1949 New Brighton Tower Fairground, with the Pier, taken from the top of the Tower Ballroom in 1948 Peter Pan's Playground, Southport. A favourite place for a day trip from Liverpool in the 1950s
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Families on New Brighton beach when it still had sand in 1949. A Ferryboat is at the end of the Pier Crowds of trippers on New Brighton beach in 1949. Leisure wear hadn't been invented, so dads are still wearing 3-piece suits A quiet stroll with the pram through Vale Park, with the Bandstand in the distance, in 1948 A "Treasure Hunt" during the English Electric Sports Day in 1956. The lolly sticks with big prizes were always in the middle!