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What can be said about this ruin in the sea other than it is iconic and makes for a great photo at sunset (especially when you have all of the starlings flying around in huge flocks making shapes). You should visit this if you are...More
Brighton’s other pier, it burnt down years ago, now just slowly crumbling into the sea. You can see it from the front, but the remaining part is not connected to the land. With a good lens you can get some interesting photographs, and watch the...More
It is derelict structure. It used to be a very famous amusement centre in Brighton beach front. It had peak attendance with 2 million visitors between 1918 and 1919, then the popularity began to decline after World War II, and run down and finally closed...More
Even if the weather was windy, we had a marvellous time! Tha game arcade had man funny things, the best was throwing balks at clowns! Outside there was a nice (but expensive) tivoli. We had s nice time, must be even better in summertime!