The next image shows an entrance to Funland - an amusement arcade with a cafeteria located just south of Sea Life. It appears
to have been completely re-styled since 1985 judging from the modern image below.
The next photo was taken in the approximate vicinity of New Bonny Street looking towards the North Pier.
The next photo was taken near the corner of New Bonny Street looking towards the Coral Island amusement arcade which has since been
extensively modified - I think following a fire.
The next photo shows the far end of the Blackpool Tower complex on the right and behind it Lewis's store. See the notes on the next
photo for further information.
The next photo is looking down Victoria Street towards the Winter Gardens.
The next photo looks back to the South with Lewis's and the Tower buildings on the left.
The next photo shows Roberts' Oyster Rooms on the corner of West Street. This business is still in operation but appears to sell confectionery
as well as seafood nowadays. The nearby buildings seem not to have changed much physically and retains some character - unlike the soul-less
rebuilds around the Blackpool Tower. West Street is now pedestrianised.
View looking back towards North Pier from the War Memorial opposite Queen Street. The pier was very busy.
The next photo shows the Grand Metropole Hotel.
The next two photos show the Carlton Hotel on the corner of Pleasant Street. It is now owned by the Best Western chain and retains most
of the old structure - though mercifully has lost that awful blue colour.
The next photo shows the Imperial Hotel.
The next photo was taken opposite the Imperial Hotel just before Wilton Parade - unfortunately the tram maintenance truck is hiding the hotel.
The Imperial is another of Blackpool's Grade II Listed Buildings.