The never seen before photos of Scarborough through the ages

Today we turn back the clock to showcase how Scarborough has changed down the years.

By Andrew Hutchinson
Saturday, 9th February 2019, 11:46 am
Updated Sunday, 10th February 2019, 6:36 am
PICS: Getty
PICS: Getty

These never been seen before images online are published courtesy of Getty Images:

A view of Scarborough from the esplanade.
Donkey rides on the sands.

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Holidaymakers on the North Beach.
Scottish women gutting herrings at Scarborough harbour. Thousands of women travel from Scotland to Great Yarmouth to process the catch during the autumn herring season.
Crowds watching the platform diving at Scarborough.
The bathing pool at the South Cliff.
Bathers at the swimming pool at South Cliff.
Children on the sands at Scarborough.
Couples enjoying a bit of sea air, walking along the cliffs at Scarborough.
Day-trippers on the North Beach at Scarborough where they are offered rides, bathing machines and a souvenir stall.
Eager bathers go for an early morning dip at Scarborough.
Foreshore Road on the seafront at Scarborough.
Barrels stacked on the quayside of the old harbour at Scarborough.
Bandstands at Scarborough.
Children on the sands at Scarborough.
Traditional Boxing Day Comic Football Match on the South Sands at Scarborough. The town's Mayor, Councillor Percy Robinson, kicked off.
Charabancs at Scarborough Station, waiting to take holiday makers to the moors,
Crowds of day-trippers and holidaymakers arriving on a platform at Scarborough railway station.
Lifeboat Saturday at Scarborough as a large crowd watched the launch of the town's lifeboat.