Nostalgia: Scarborough’s Trafalgar Square

Scarborough's Trafalgar Square off North Marine Road pictured in its heyday.'The buildings to the right of the picture back onto Scarborough Cricket Ground. Trafalgar Square entrance to the ground is roughly half way down.'Only three times in the history of cricket at North Marine Road has the ball been hit out of the Ground, clean over the buildings and into Trafalgar Square. The big hitting batsmen were CI Thornton in 1875, GF Wells-Cole in 1901 and CG Pepper in 1945.
Scarborough's Trafalgar Square off North Marine Road pictured in its heyday.'The buildings to the right of the picture back onto Scarborough Cricket Ground. Trafalgar Square entrance to the ground is roughly half way down.'Only three times in the history of cricket at North Marine Road has the ball been hit out of the Ground, clean over the buildings and into Trafalgar Square. The big hitting batsmen were CI Thornton in 1875, GF Wells-Cole in 1901 and CG Pepper in 1945.
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Scarborough’s Trafalgar Square off North Marine Road pictured in its heyday.

The buildings to the right of the picture back onto Scarborough Cricket Ground. Trafalgar Square entrance to the ground is roughly half way down.

Only three times in the history of cricket at North Marine Road has the ball been hit out of the Ground, clean over the buildings and into Trafalgar Square. The big hitting batsmen were CI Thornton in 1875, GF Wells-Cole in 1901 and CG Pepper in 1945.

Photo reproduced courtesy of the Max Payne collection.

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