PIER APPROACH. BOURNEMOUTH. 1969
Before the flyover was constructed in 1972, traffic had direct access to the Pier Approach. In 1969 the changeover from the old trolleybuses to the deisel engined buses was complete. There had been a final grand parade of trolleybuses travelling through the town in April 1969. On the left is the Pier Approach Baths that opened in 1937 and closed in 1984 before being demolished in 1986. The original town baths had occupied the site in 1838 before being replaced by Sydenham's and the…
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Modern reprint of newspaper photograph from 17th August, 1956: "Vehicles in car park damaged when railway coach runs away. A car in the car park at Bournemouth West railway station is sliced through by a girder after a freak accident today (Friday). One of a number of coaches being shunted into the station ran away and crashed into a goods van, which shot through the buffers and the station parcels office into the car park. One woman was slightly injured."