Battersea Pleasure Gardens

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The Guinness clock moved to Great Yarmouth when the Pleasure Gardens closed

The Guinness clock moved to Great Yarmouth when the Pleasure Gardens closed

Battersea 1972 The Big Dipper Disaster

Battersea 1972 The Big Dipper Disaster

Battersea Fun fair

Battersea Pleasure Gardens during the Festival of Britain.

Big Dipper

The Riverside Theatre, Festival Pleasure Gardens, and Albert Palace and Open Air Theatre, Battersea Park, London

The Boating Lake Battersea Festival of Britain 1953 Vern Orton

The Boating Lake Battersea Festival of Britain 1953 Vern Orton - Flashbak

Part of the Grand Vista and Fountain Lake, The Festival of Britain, 1953 Vern Orton

Part of the Grand Vista and Fountain Lake, The Festival of Britain, 1953 Vern Orton - Flashbak

Festival of Britain, 1953 Battersea Park, by Vern Orton

Festival of Britain, 1953 Battersea Park, by Vern Orton - Flashbak

Fun fair

Longing for some fairground fun? Here’s to “Battersea Funfair”, opened as part of the Festival of Britain, and captured by in PORTRAIT OF A CITY. © John Hinde Ltd/John Hinde Collection

Part of the Funfair, 1953  The Festival of Britain, Vern Orton

The Festival of Britain, 1953 Battersea Park, London Photographer: Vern Orton

Emett Railway,far Tottering Station 1953 Vern Orton

Emett Railway,far Tottering Station 1953 Vern Orton

Dance Pavillion and Coronation Crown, 1953  The Festival of Britain, 1953

Dance Pavillion and Coronation Crown, 1953 The Festival of Britain, 1953 - Flashbak

Space Ship 1953

Space Ship 1953

Workmen building The Big Dipper 1951

Workmen building the ‘Big Dipper’ in Battersea Park in

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