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Old 16th April 2016
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Dr Who

Didn't know these still existed.
Came across this one on Scarborough promenade.


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Re: Dr Who

In Scarborough everything still exists ...
... except for the iron railings around the North Marine Drive.

These have been replaced by the concrete breakwater top - to stop people (and bits of the castle headland behind) being washed away in stormy weather, as used to occur occasionally in bygone times when I grew up there. Some say it spoils the view of the North Sea, others say 'health & safety gone mad'.
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Re: Dr Who

there used to be an old lido there too.
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Re: Dr Who

I saw one along the Norfolk coast last year. I rather suspect it was only being kept because of the link with Dr Who!
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Re: Dr Who

Reminds me of the red BT telephone kiosk in Harstad... handy for cheap phone calls to the UK from Norway.
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Re: Dr Who

I saw one down in Hastings but it was only temporary.
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