Blackpool Be Sure
Blackpool Be Sure Various Artists' British Railway Posters Title - Blackpool - be sure to go by train. Location - Blackpool, Lancashire, England. Description - A photographic image of two stylish couples sitting on Blackpool's Central Pier, with the Tower, North Pier and busy beach area behind them. The photo was presumably taken in the summer months of 1959. This poster was originally saved by a railwayman who worked at Shepley and Shelley station near Huddersfield during the 1950-60s. Ye…
Blackpool UK 1904
An unknown (to me) street in Blackpool, Lancashire UK looking towards the Blackpool Tower in the summer of 1904. This is a screenshot still taken from the BBC and BFI film 'The Lost World of Mitchell and Kenyon', a fascinating insight into the late Victorian and Edwardian world of north England. Sagar Mitchell and James Kenyon were early commercial cinematographers based in Blackburn Lancashire. After their company went out of business in the 1920s the 800 films of their archive were sealed…
Lytham to Blackpool Trams and Views 1903 (v2)
This film is part of a series of six from the Mitchell and Kenyon collection from 1903 originally uploaded to Youtube by Gordon Birt. The first reel of this ...
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Riverdance Shipwreck • when a ferry ran aground - Visit Cleveleys
On 31st January 2008 a container ferry ran aground on the beach at Anchorsholme, where Cleveleys meets Blackpool. It was the Riverdance Shipwreck