Blackpool's Seaside Heritage (BOOK)

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Blackpool is Britain's favourite seaside resort. Each year millions of visitors come to walk on its three piers, ride donkeys, enjoy shows at the Winter Gardens, scream on the thrilling rides at the Pleasure Beach and ride the lift to the top of the Tower. Generations of holidaymakers have stayed in its hotels, lodging houses and bed and breakfasts and all have succumbed to its delectable fish and chips.

Two centuries of tourism has left behind a rich heritage, but Blackpool has also inherited a legacy of social and economic problems, as well as the need for comprehensive new sea defences to protect the heart of the town. In recent years this has led to the transformation of its seafront and to regeneration programmes to try to improve the town, for its visitors and residents. This book celebrates Blackpool's rich heritage and examines how its colourful past is playing a key part in guaranteeing that it has a bright future.


  • Acknowledgements
  • Foreword by the Chair of English Heritage
  • Introduction
  • Early Blackpool 1750 - 1840
  • The arrival of the railway 1840 - 1870
  • Blackpool after 1918
  • Blackpool in the early 21st century
  • Notes
  • References and selected further reading
  • Other titles in the Informed Conservation series
  • Gazetteer

The price is £16.94 (including £1.95 p&p) - or £14.99 if bought direct from The Blackpool Tram Shop.

Producer - English Heritage
Series - Informed Conservation
Authors - Allan Brodie, Matthew Whitfield
Size - 22cm x 30cm Paperback

148 pages
Illustration - 116, Colour and Black & White
Publication Date - 03/03/2014
ISBN - 9781848021105 

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