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Scarborough Buttercross

Butter Cross in Scarborough

Scarborough Buttercross Like so much of Scarborough’s heritage, The Buttercross in Princess Square in the old town, receives little or no acknowledgement. What is Scarborough’s only Grade 1 Listed monuments is tucked away with little or no fan-fair and certainly nothing to stir the interest of the unknowing passer-by. Whilst Queen Victoria’s statue stands proudly […]

Public Buildings, Offices and other places 1890

St Nicholas Cliff Scarborough and Town Hall

Public Buildings, Offices and other places 1890 Albert Hall, Aberdeen Walk Aquarium, foot of New Road – Wm. Morgan, managing director Barracks, Castle yard – Sergt. Geo. Lee, R.A. Barracks, Throxenby – Artillery depôt Board of Trade Life Saving Apparatus Rocket Station (The), Foreshore Road Burial Board Office, Cemetery, Cemetery Road – L. Thompson, supt.; […]