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Pavilion (The), Seaview
The Pavilion building was first erected at Bembridge, but later bought by Dickie Dawson of Regent House, Seaview - for many years the Seaview postmaster, he also had a gift shop on the lower ....
Pier Hotel - Seaview
What was to become the Pier Hotel, Seaview, was originally built as a terrace of four houses by Squire William Anthony Glynn of Seagrove Manor in 1892 on the esplanade opposite Seaview Pier. ....
When the Salterns at Seaview were established is unclear - they appear on an 1800 map (which doesn't show Seafield House) but their operation appears to have lapsed by that time. The salt pans ....
Seagrove Coastguard Cottages
Seagrove Penny Toll Path
Seaview Pier was a suspension pier designed and largely built by Frank Caws, a Seaview-born engineer/architect then with an established practice in Sunderland.
The pier was finished in ....
Sophie Watson Gardens, Seaview
Springvale Coastguard Cottages
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