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Blackpool Promenades & Piers

 
     
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  Blackpool boasts three Piers. South Pier is located on South Promenade, close to the Pleasure Beach (Photography was not possible due to extensive re-generation work). Central Pier, opened in built in 1868,is situated close to the one time Central Railway station, now a car park, and North Pier, opened in 1863, is close to the Tower. North Pier won 2004 "Pier of the year" award (National Piers Society) and is a Grade II Listed Building.

The Promenade runs from Starr Gate to beyond North Pier, and is currently undergoing extensive renovation. The section between North and Central Piers is known as the "Golden Mile", and is home to Coral Island, the Doctor Who exhibition, and many Fun Arcades.

 
     
   SOUTH PROMENADE:  
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   CENTRAL PROMENADE ATRACTIONS:  
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   CENTRAL PROMENADE BEACH:  
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   NORTH & CENTRAL PIERS:  
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  NORTH PROMENADE & BISPHAM:  
  Bispham is at the north end of Blackpool, and was originally named Bispham-with-Norbreck. It is mainly residential, and it's attractions include High Cliffs , a Golf Club, and an Angling Club. It is also the home of the impressive Norbreck Hotel.  
     
 

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