Come play on the sands at Scarborough- the second most visited place in the UK! Poster at Levisham station on the North York Moors Railway.
Photo Prompt for next week is Repeat? Pardon?
Ha!Ha! love your take on ‘repeat’!
I didn’t know Scarborough was so popular – must get there sometime.
Love the retro poster.
Here’s mine: https://daffodilwild.wordpress.com/2016/06/28/play/
Apparently second only to London! How they work that out I couldn’t say!
It’s a super poster isn’t it.
Repeating myself is a common occurrence round here, Mr E won’t wear his hearing aid!
Gosh! Yes, I wonder how they work it out.
Definitely a fun poster!
I love the graphics from that era (not that I can say what era it is exactly!) What is so special about Scarborough? Sorry–we Yanks are kind of clueless, you know?
The borough of Scarborough includes three seaside towns Whitby, Scarborough and Filey. They have lovely sandy beaches. Scarborough has a castle and Whitby an abbey. Dracula the book is part set in Whitby and Whitby is very popular with Goths. It also connects to the Steam train railway. It was the tourist board I think who came out with these statistics.
Oh, and I see it’s in Yorkshire–I keep hearing how pretty it is there! Thanks for the info!
Loving the picture, but staggered that Scarborough is second most visited! I know London is big, so if you make it that general the next on the list probably has far fewer visitors, but how the heck do you even start to work out how many people visit Scarborough?
Great poster! Love the old seaside art 🙂
Great play image Cathy
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