9 more memories from Scarborough's past

9 nostalgic memories of attractions from Scarborough's past

Two weeks ago we shared 21 things from Scarborough's past that are no longer here, such as Atlantis water park and the South Bay pool.

Many readers got in touch with us with fond memories of those attractions and also some we missed off the list. Here are nine more nostalgic locations from the town's past - which do you remember? To read the original 21 things click here.

This theatre and picturehouse on Westborough opened in 1871 and screened films for people in town until 1959 and was demolished a year later.

1. Londesborough Theatre

This theatre and picturehouse on Westborough opened in 1871 and screened films for people in town until 1959 and was demolished a year later.
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Several readers mentioned the maze near Peasholm Park which was on the corner of Columbus Ravine and Victoria Park. The site is now a car park.

2. Peasholm Maze

Several readers mentioned the maze near Peasholm Park which was on the corner of Columbus Ravine and Victoria Park. The site is now a car park.
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Before Sealife, Scalby Mills was home to an amusement complex built by Jimmy Corrigan which opened in 1963. A big draw was the Astro slide.

3. Scalby Mills Amusement Complex

Before Sealife, Scalby Mills was home to an amusement complex built by Jimmy Corrigan which opened in 1963. A big draw was the Astro slide.
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The remains of the chairlift pylons can still be seen on North Bay but before it closed visitors could take a ride up to Marvels from the promenade.

4. North Bay Chairlift

The remains of the chairlift pylons can still be seen on North Bay but before it closed visitors could take a ride up to Marvels from the promenade.
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