Hastings

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White Rock Road

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White Rock Road by Oast House Archive
White Rock Road runs along the Hastings seafront A259 road. where there are shops to the North side with flats above. On the South side a promenade running along the sea front, and the Hastings Pier.



At the boundary with St Leonards the A259 turns into Verulam Road and White Rock Road turns off to the North and continues uphill to connect with Cambridge Road (A21).


TQ8109 : Pool by White Rock Road by Oast House Archive


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White Rock Theatre by Oast House Archive
White Rock Theatre is owned by Hastings Borough Council and situated on the seafront opposite Hastings Pier. It has a seating capacity of 1066 (after the date of the Battle of Hastings) and presents a varied programme of touring shows including opera, ballet, musicals, the Hastings Musical Festival and children's shows.



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TQ8109 : White Rock Theatre by Oast House Archive


Denmark Place

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Denmark Place by Oast House Archive
A short section of the A259 seafront road.


TQ8109 : Subway under Denmark Place by Oast House Archive


Castle Street

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Castle Street by Oast House Archive
A short pedestrianised shopping street on the edge of Hastings CBD.


TQ8109 : Castle Street by Oast House Archive


Carlisle Place

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Carlisle Parade by Oast House Archive
A259 Seafront road through Hastings. Houses and hotels to North of road and parade and sea to South.


TQ8109 : Seafront on Carlisle Parade by Oast House Archive


Breeds Place

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Breeds Place by Oast House Archive
A short section of the A259 sea front road.


TQ8109 : John Bull, Breeds Place by Oast House Archive


Pelham Place

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Pelham Place by Oast House Archive
A straight section of the A259 coastal road through Hastings. To the North side is a row of shops, cafés and arcades, and the Grade II* listed Pelham Crescent & St Mary in the Castle.



To the South side of the road is mini golf at the Stade Family Fun Park and Pelham Place Car Park.


TQ8209 : 7, 8 & 9a Pelham Place by Oast House Archive


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Pelham Crescent & St Mary in the Castle by Oast House Archive
An imposing grade II* listed crescent with St Mary in the Castle central portico overlooking the sea, with the cliff behind it.



The centre-piece of Pelham Crescent, St Mary In The Castle was built in 1828, by Joseph Kay. It is formed by a large white portico to the principal elevation with a curved auditorium behind. This is accessed from the art gallery off Pelham Place.



1-8 Pelham Crescent Grade II* listed LinkExternal link

St Mary In The Castle Grade II* listed LinkExternal link

Pelham Arcade Grade II listed LinkExternal link


TQ8209 : Pelham Crescent, Hastings, East Sussex by Oast House Archive


Sturdee Place

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Sturdee Place by Oast House Archive
A short terrace of shops between Pelham Place and George Street. Three and four storey buildings with flats above the shop units. The road sits at the bottom of the West Hill.


TQ8209 : Sturdee Place by Oast House Archive


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