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Worthing Beach!! (in olden times)

Worthing Beach!! (in olden times)

West Wittering Beach - East Head

West Wittering Beach - East Head

This Victorian Photochrom image shows The beach looking west, Worthing 1898. In 1890 the town received its Royal Charter and became the borough of Worthing. A very popular tourist resort for wealthy Victorians, the town expanded rapidly with many day trippers travelling from London. … Continued

The Beach looking west, Worthing 1898

This Victorian Photochrom image shows The beach looking west, Worthing 1898. In 1890 the town received its Royal Charter and became the borough of Worthing. A very popular tourist resort for wealthy Victorians, the town expanded rapidly with many day trippers travelling from London. … Continued

Happy days spent on the pebble beaches of Worthing, followed by an afternoon on the pier!

Happy days spent on the pebble beaches of Worthing, followed by an afternoon on the pier!

Description	Wreckage of Worthing Pier after it was destroyed in a storm in the night of 22-23 March 1913. View taken from far out on the beach at low tide showing twisted girders and other wreckage on the beach, entrance kiosks still standing at the top of the beach, Marine Parade buildings including the Pier Cafe in background.

Description Wreckage of Worthing Pier after it was destroyed in a storm in the night of 22-23 March 1913. View taken from far out on the beach at low tide showing twisted girders and other wreckage on the beach, entrance kiosks still standing at the top of the beach, Marine Parade buildings including the Pier Cafe in background.

Weymouth2:  Modern print of Edwardian Weymouth beach

Weymouth2: Modern print of Edwardian Weymouth beach

The 1871 Bank Holidays Act declared that certain days throughout the year were official holidays (when banks and offices closed). The speed of railway transport now meant that people could quickly travel to the seaside. Coastal towns like Blackpool, Scarborough, Llandudno and Brighton quickly grew into popular holiday resorts.

The 1871 Bank Holidays Act declared that certain days throughout the year were official holidays (when banks and offices closed). The speed of railway transport now meant that people could quickly travel to the seaside. Coastal towns like Blackpool, Scarborough, Llandudno and Brighton quickly grew into popular holiday resorts.

Worthing seafront - photographer: Robert Bovington http://bovingtonbitsandblogs.blogspot.com.es/ #England #Sussex

Worthing seafront - photographer: Robert Bovington http://bovingtonbitsandblogs.blogspot.com.es/ #England #Sussex

The Beach Hotel, Worthing. September 2011. No longer...  #jadegoto #landscapearchitect #sussex

The Beach Hotel, Worthing. September 2011. No longer... #jadegoto #landscapearchitect #sussex

Worthing beach

Worthing beach

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