Scarborough Heritage Trail

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Scarborough Spa. Famous for spring waters from 1626. Entertainments centre since 1839

Scarborough Spa, Scarborough, United Kingdom

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

Dean Road, Scarborough, United Kingdom

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

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

Vernon Road, Scarborough, United Kingdom

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Market Hall erected 1853, replaced congested street markets held Old Town since Medieval times.

Market Hall, St Helen's Square, 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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Peasholm Park. Designed by Harry W. Smith, Borough Engineer 1897-1933

Peasholm Park, Burniston Road entrance , Scarborough, United Kingdom

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Scarborough Spa cliff lift first passenger cliff tramway opened 1875

Spa cliff lift lower station, Scarborough, United Kingdom

Londesborough Lodge built 1839.Londesborough family home 1853 - 1919.

Londesborough Lodge, The Crescent, Scarborough, United Kingdom

Long Room. Site of fashionable assembly rooms 1725 - 1840.

Royal Hotel, St Nicholas Street, Scarborough, United Kingdom

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Odeon Cinema. 1700 seats. Built in streamlined modernist style 1936

Stephen Joseph Theatre, Westborough, Scarborough, United Kingdom

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1845 Scarborough Art Gallery originally home of John Uppleby solicitor and Crescent developer

The Art Gallery, The Crescent , 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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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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Assembly Rooms. Built in 1857, Charles Dickens gave readings here 1858.

4-6 Huntriss Row, Scarborough, United Kingdom

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Wood End former home of the Sitwell family

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

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

32-33 Sandside, Scarborough, United Kingdom

The Old Quaker Meeting House and burial grounds 1801-1895

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

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