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Bridlington and Hornsea circa 1910 to 1935

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The Spa
 
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The Spa ballroom
 
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The Spa
 
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North Bay beach
 
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South Bay and The Spa
 
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The Pavillion
 
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South Bay
 
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Entrance to Spa gardens
 
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The Spa
 
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Pavillion gardens
 
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Bridlington Quay
 
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New Spa
 
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New Spa theatre
 
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The Pavillion
 
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The Pavillion
 
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North Bay
 
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North Bay
 
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Boating lake
 
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Spa ballroom
 
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The Pavillion
 
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South Bay and The Spa
 
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Dancing in the ballroom
 
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Sandcastle building competition
 
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Street entertainers
 
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Hornsea cliffs looking south
 
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Bowling green Hornsea
 
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Boating lake Hornsea
 
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Boating lake Hornsea
 
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Marine Hotel Hornsea
 
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Marine Hotel Hornsea
 
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Marine Hotel Hornsea
 
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Hornsea beach
 
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Bridlington South Bay
 
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Bridlington South Bay
 
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Bridlington South Bay
 
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Bridlington South Bay
 
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Bridlington South Bay
 
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Bridlington South Bay
 
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Bridlington South Bay
 
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Bridlington South Bay and The Spa
 
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Bridlington South Bay and The Spa
 
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Bridlington South Bay harbour wall
 
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Bridlington North Bay
 
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Bridlington bowling green
 
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Bridlington Prince street
 
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Pleasure boats in the harbour
 
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The Priory
 
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Balloon trips from the promenade
 
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Entertainers on the North Beach
 
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Paddling in the sea at the North Bay
 
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Pleasure boats in the harbour
 
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All the fun of the beach
 
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North Bay promenade
 
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North Bay promenade
 
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Crowded pleasure boats
 
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North Bay promenade
 
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The'Frenchman' full of holidaymakers
 
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North Bay promenade
 
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The Pavillion
 
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The floral clock, Prince's parade
 
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North Bay promenade
 
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North Bay promenade
 
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New Spa private hotel
 
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Crowded harbour
 
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The pier
 
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Bridlington Prince Street
 
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North Bay pavillion
 
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South bay, the sands
 
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The harbour end of South Marine Drive looking towards Horsforth Ave, with The Spa on the left. It's likely that the balcony on the right still exists. (comment courtesy of Brian Gautier)
 
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North Bay promenade
 
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North Bay, sands
 
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Rough sea at the harbour wall
 
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The parade
 
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The Parade and grand pavillion
 
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North Bay Parade
 
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Welcoming The Queen
 
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Welcoming The Queen
 
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Welcoming The Queen
 
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Welcoming The Queen
 
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Welcoming the Queen
 
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Emergency service
 
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Welcoming The Queen
 
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Arrival of The Royal Train
 
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Guard of honour marching
 
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Horse-drawn cart
 
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Guard of honour mustering
 
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Bridlington Lifeboat
 
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Bridlington, holiday photos
 
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Bridlington, holiday photos
 
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Bridlington, holiday photos
 
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Bridlington, holiday photos
 
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The New Spa
 
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Advertising brochure, Sport
 
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Advertising brochure, entertainment venues
 
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Advertising brochure, The Spa
 
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Advertising brochure, much to see and do
 
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Advertising brochure, Music and dancing
 
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Advertising brochure, theatres
 
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Advertising brochure, fun afloat
 
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Advertising brochure, happy snapshots
 
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Advertising brochure, the charm of Sewerby
 
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Advertising brochure, Sewerby Hall
 
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Advertising brochure, golden sands
 
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Advertising brochure, beauty everywhere
 
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Advertising brochure, down to the sea
 
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Advertising brochure, around the town
 
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Marine Hotel, Hornsea
 
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Bowling green and floral hall, Hornsea
 
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Hornsea market place
 
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Hornsea beach
 
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Bridlington, Prince's Parade and Grand Pavillion
 
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Bridlington, theatre programme
 
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Bridlington, theatre programme
 
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North Pier Bridlington
 
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Bridlington, wish you were here
 
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Bridlington, rail connections
 
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Bridlington, town map
 
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Bridlington, old adverts
 
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Bridlington, old adverts
 

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