REFERENCE No: 538
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Location - THE PIER - New Brighton, Cheshire
Date: - c.1905-10
Size in mm (approx): - 140 x 88
Publisher: un-attributed, but printed in Germany
Publisher's Card No: - none
Un-used:
Condition: Light wear to corners - what looks like wear at the top edge is actually a thin sliver of the printing of the next card
Further Information: New Brighton was so famous in its day with all sorts of amusements for the holiday-maker. With lovely flat beaches and close to Liverpool & Manchester it was the ideal place to visit. The 550 foot long pier was built in 1867 and survived until dismantled in 1975. New Brighton was also famous for its Tower, Water Gardens, Swimming pool, Lighthouse (still there), and the massive Military Fort (still there, with canons) on the beach.

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