Worthing Pier :: Shared Description

Designed by Sir Robert Rawlinson, Worthing Pier was opened on 12 April 1862. The pier originally was a simple promenade deck 960ft (291m) long and 15ft (4.6m) wide. In 1888 the pier was upgraded with the width increased to 30ft (9.2m) and the pier head increased to 105ft (32m) for a 650-seat pavilion to be built. It is a grade II listed building.
by Paul Gillett
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22 images use this description:

TQ1402 : Beach and strong tides - Worthing by Paul Gillett
TQ1502 : Worthing Pier by Stephen McKay
TQ1502 : Worthing Pier by Stephen McKay
TQ1502 : Worthing seafront by Paul Gillett
TQ1502 : Pavilion at end of Worthing Pier by Paul Gillett
TQ1402 : Worthing Pier by Paul Gillett
TQ1402 : Worthing Pier by Oast House Archive
TQ1402 : Worthing Pier by Paul Gillett
TQ1402 : Worthing Pier by Stephen McKay
TQ1402 : Worthing Pier by PAUL FARMER
TQ1402 : Worthing Pier - March 2017 by Paul Gillett
TQ1502 : Worthing Pier June 2020 by Paul Gillett
TQ1402 : Worthing Pier and Beaches by Paul Gillett
TQ1402 : Worthing Pier by PAUL FARMER
TQ1402 : The Pier, Worthing by PAUL FARMER
TQ1402 : Beach by Worthing Pier by Paul Gillett
TQ1402 : Worthing Beach by Paul Gillett
TQ1402 : Worthing Pier and Beach by PAUL FARMER
TQ1502 : Worthing Pier by Stephen McKay
TQ1402 : Entrance to Worthing Pier by Paul Gillett
TQ1502 : Worthing Pier by Stephen McKay
TQ1502 : East side of Worthing Pier by Paul Gillett


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Created: Mon, 14 Jun 2010, Updated: Wed, 16 Jun 2010

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