Historic Maps of Bridlington and environs, hand-drawn by Ordnance Survey and by renowned Victorian cartographer Samuel Lewis.
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i used to go to Brid every year in the early 50s - early 60s . One of the highlights was going on the boats in the small boating lake - although we weren't supposed to 'bump' we often did although unintentionally - there was also a small ride-on railway next to it - many happy hours over the years i spent on both those (...Read full memory)
Limekiln Lane camp site is a special place for me, my grandparents spent many happy holidays there in the 1950s. Once their children arrived they went along too. Jaqueline and Harold had children of their own, I am one of those children. I have six children and every year we return for a fortnight, my children adore this (...Read full memory)