Skgeness esplanade and Tower gardens :: Shared Description

A complex of pleasure gardens which together form a grade II listed garden. See LinkExternal link , which contains a wealth of interest.

The Esplanade Gardens, which date from 1922, were designed by Rowland Jenkins, engineer, surveyor and architect to the Skegness Urban District Council

Skegness Tower Gardens (formerly Pleasure Gardens) were laid out in 1868 by Civil Engineers Clarke and Pickwell for Lord Scarbrough.
by Bob Harvey

11 images use this description:

TF5763 : The Bowling Greens by Bob Harvey
TF5663 : An Uneventful period by Bob Harvey
TF5763 : The boating lake by Bob Harvey
TF5663 : A venerable bench by Bob Harvey
TF5663 : The Tower Gardens by Bob Harvey
TF5663 : Historical marker by Bob Harvey
TF5763 : Pleasure gardens by Bob Harvey
TF5763 : An underused Grandstand? by Bob Harvey
TF5763 : A forlorn shelter by Bob Harvey
TF5763 : Footbridge over the boating lake by Bob Harvey
TF5763 : The tail end of the boating lake by Bob Harvey

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Created: Wed, 14 Oct 2020, Updated: Wed, 14 Oct 2020

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