Brighton Marine Palace and Pier.

mariarty

Bolton, United Kingdom

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Generally known as the Palace Pier before being unofficially renamed by its current owners as Brighton Pier in 2000 (a change not recognised by The National Piers Society), it was begun in 1891 and opened in May 1899 after costing a record £137,000 to build. A concert hall opened 2 years later. By 1911 this had become a theatre, but it was removed in 1986, under an understanding that it would be replaced. This has not happened, and the present seaward end building looks fairly modern in comparison with the rest of the structure, supporting a domed amusement arcade and several fairground rides, including several thrill rides, kids rides, 2 roller coasters and a log flume. This was Brightons third pier.

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  • Deidre Cripwell
  • Natalie Broome
  • Susie Mac
  • Rosalie Dale
  • Bones
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  • SharonD
  • mariarty
  • Steven  Agius
  • Stevie Mancini
  • Claire  Farley
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