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The skeleton of a previous age of entertainment. Most of the structure has rusted and tumbled away, only the distant frames remain and which on some evenings can be seen as the stage for swarms of starlings performing their murmurations.
Again a great place to...More
The West Pier has been a Brighton feature for many years but you have to wonder how much longer it can survive the British climate and the effects of the sea in it's current condition. From a certain angle and in certain lighting conditions it...More
For me there is something fascinating about abandoned structures. And combined with it's history it becomes a special experience. The west pier was open from 1866 to 1975. From then on severasl plans to rehabilitate it, but all plans were off the table after the...More
This Pier was burnt down years and years ago !!! Now there is the BA attraction called the 360,,,,its like a big metal donut on a pole...you go up, it rotates, you see views of the Sussex coastline and the South Downs and beyond and...More
shame they could not restore it , as was the plan years ago ... leaving rusting pillars in the new tamac looks terrible and dangerous . the pier itself is very sad, either pull it down or make it into something, dont leave it just...More