Paradise House. Home of local shipping families from 1690. Graham Sea Training School 1918-1973

Paradis House, Paradise, Scarborough, United Kingdom

King Richard III wall last standing remnant of the 1484 town wall

North Terrace car park boundary wall, Scarborough, United Kingdom

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Castle-By-The-Sea. From 1876-1879 home of famous artist John Atkinson Grimshaw.

Castel-by-the-Sea, Mulgrave Place, Scarborough, United Kingdom

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York & North Midland Railway Company opened the York to Scarborough line 7th July 1845

Scarborough Railway Station, Westborough, Scarborough, United Kingdom

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Robert Williamson inspired and built the original Valley Bridge. Opened 1st July 1865.

17 Valley Bridge Parade, Scarborough, United Kingdom

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Head Post Office. Built 1909

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Scarborough Evening News & Mercury newspapers printed and published here since 1882.

Scarborough Evening News office Aberdeen Walk, Scarborough, United Kingdom

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St Martin on-the- hill. Consecrated July 1863. Unique Pre-raphaelite interior and windows.

St Martins Church Albion Road (Craven St elevation), Scarborough, United Kingdom

Crown Hotel, centre piece of Esplanade's Regency style terrace c. 1844.

Crown Hotel, Esplanade, Scarborough, United Kingdom

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Butter Cross. Sole surviving medieval street cross.

West Sandgate, Scarborough, United Kingdom

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Grand Hotel. A South Bay landmark since 1867 once Europe's largest hotel.

Grand Hotel, St Nicholas Cliff, Scarborough, United Kingdom

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Harbourside, scene of busy shipbuilding activities 17th-19th centuries

32-33 Sandside, Scarborough, United Kingdom

Marine Drive. Major coastal road link between north and south bays, constructed 1897-1908.

South Toll House, Marine Drive, Scarborough, United Kingdom

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The Old Quaker Meeting House and burial grounds 1801-1895

Old Quaker Meeting House, St Sepulchre Street, Scarborough, United Kingdom

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Peasholm Park. Designed by Harry W. Smith, Borough Engineer 1897-1933

Peasholm Park, Burniston Road entrance , Scarborough, United Kingdom

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The Bolts. A relic of medieval town life.

80 Eastborough, Scarborough, United Kingdom

Three Mariners. One of the earliest public houses in the town.

47 Quay Street, Scarborough, United Kingdom

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Theatre Royal. Towns first permanent theatre stood on and near this site 1767-1924

19 St. Thomas Street, Scarborough, United Kingdom

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Newborough Gate. Main gateway to mediaeval town crossed Newborough near here.

1 Newborough, Scarborough, United Kingdom

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Cliff (Spa) Bridge opened 19th July 1827, to link town and Spa.

Spa footbridge, Scarborough, United Kingdom

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Public library built 1840, as Oddfellows hall, later mechanics institute. Public library since 1930.

Vernon Road, Scarborough, United Kingdom

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The Crescent major example of terrace architecture built 1833-1857

1-2 The Crescent, Scarborough, United Kingdom

Wood End former home of the Sitwell family

Gate pillar to Wood End, The Crescent, Scarborough, United Kingdom

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John Wesley preached 14 times in a chapel on this site 1759-1790.

10 Church Stairs Street, Scarborough, United Kingdom

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Harbour. Busy port since Viking times. Lighthouse built on Vincent's Pier in 1804

Harbour Offices, West Pier, Scarborough, United Kingdom

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Arcadia Theatre. Catlins pierrot shows held on this site from 1909 replaced 1921 by Futurist Cinema

Futurist, Foreshore Road , Scarborough, United Kingdom

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Dean Road Prison. Purpose built local jail, 1866-1878.

Dean Road Depot, Dean Road, Scarborough, United Kingdom

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Former 'model' workhouse opened 1859. St Mary's Hospital since 1948.

Dean Road, Scarborough, United Kingdom

The Spaw for townspeople. The fountain (down these steps) commemorates the existence of the Spaw for townspeople and has been provided as a joint project between Scarborough Civic Society and Scarborough Borough Council

Spa Promenade, Scarborough, United Kingdom