21 things you can't do in Scarborough anymore.

21 things you can't do in Scarborough anymore

Scarborough has evolved over the years and said goodbye to a number of shops, nightclubs and other local landmarks.

Take a walk down memory lane with these 21 things from the town's past. For more of our nostalgic pictures, click here to see photos from nights out back in 2011 and 2012.

Some of the biggest names in British show business entertained there including Barbara Windsor and Kirsten Cook. It was closed in 1987 and is now the site of the Alexandra Bowls Club.

5. Watch a show at the Floral Hall

Some of the biggest names in British show business entertained there including Barbara Windsor and Kirsten Cook. It was closed in 1987 and is now the site of the Alexandra Bowls Club.
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The club, on the top floor of Lloyds in St Nicholas Street, was open from 1969 to 1982. Bands to play the venue between 1969 and 1979 include The Sex Pistols, Status Quo, David Bowie and the Hype and Motorhead.

6. Visit the Penthouse

The club, on the top floor of Lloyds in St Nicholas Street, was open from 1969 to 1982. Bands to play the venue between 1969 and 1979 include The Sex Pistols, Status Quo, David Bowie and the Hype and Motorhead.
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Whether with school, guides, scouts or family, a visit to Kinderland was a highlight for most children in Scarborough. It closed in 2007, the space is now partly Alpamare Water park.

7. Play at Kinderland

Whether with school, guides, scouts or family, a visit to Kinderland was a highlight for most children in Scarborough. It closed in 2007, the space is now partly Alpamare Water park.
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From its opening in 1925, many nights were enjoyed in the Corner Cafe where entertainment, food and drinks were available. It was demolished in 2007 for the Sands development, though it closed several years earlier.

8. Spend a night at the Corner Cafe

From its opening in 1925, many nights were enjoyed in the Corner Cafe where entertainment, food and drinks were available. It was demolished in 2007 for the Sands development, though it closed several years earlier.
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