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Plaza Cinema, Port Talbot

The cinema opened in 1940 and has the typical appereance of Art Deco Odeons of the same era despite being fully independant. Some people claim

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St David’s Hotel, Harlech

St. David’s Hotel was an Edwardian Era hotel in Harlech, Wales. The building was located on the A496, adjacent to Theatr Harlech (formerly called Theatr

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The Slipper Baths, Bristol

Bristol South Swimming Baths opened in the 1930’s and are located in the south of Dame Emily Park. It still operatates as a council run

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Bristol Ice Rink, Bristol

Bristol Ice Rink opened as part of a huge Mecca entertainment complex in the 60’s known as the ‘New Bristol Centre’. At the time it

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Horncliffe Mansion, Rossendale

Not much is known about this site anyway, it was built around the 17th century and has had various uses through the years from care

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Birnbeck Pier, Weston Super Mare

Birnbeck Pier is perhaps better know as the ‘other pier in Weston’ – tucked away to the north of the town it sits forlorn and

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Odeon Cinema, Bradford

Visited in late January – A brief bit of history taken from the Bradford Odeon Rescue Group: Its beginnings in September 1930 as the New

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Whitworth Baths, Manchester

The Whitworth Baths are located in the Ardwick area of Manchester. They opened in 1890 but I have no idea when they closed! I cannot

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Dave & Busters Bristol

Dave & Busters was the greatest place on earth. Till it closed. Having worked there from 1998 to 2000 I have very fond memories. These

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Ashton Plaza Cinema

An iconic building on the busy North Street of Bedminster, Bristol. The Ashton Plaza cinema as it was know was built and opened in 1914.