EPW002057 ENGLAND (1920). Church Street and the Winter Gardens, Blackpool, 1920

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Details

Title [EPW002057] Church Street and the Winter Gardens, Blackpool, 1920
Reference EPW002057
Date July-1920
Link
Place name BLACKPOOL
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 330676, 436198
Longitude / Latitude -3.0530940158951, 53.817221327923
National Grid Reference SD307362

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User Comment Contributions

A charabanc is visible turning from the Promenade onto Church Street. The charabanc is an early form of open-topped motor coach, with a convertible canvas top. Their use faded out in the 1920s as proper motor coaches replaced them.

Derek
Tuesday 26th of June 2012 04:17:17 AM