Brighton West Pier

The Brighton West Pier is part of Brighton’s identity and has many stories to tell. Even now its rusted remains provide an iconic view from the beach. West Pier was first opened in 1866 as a leisure pier and offered its visitors a stroll out over the sea, along with performances at the theatre and music hall. The pier later fell into a state of disrepair and funding attempts to restore it were unsuccessful. Sadly, the fire of 2003 destroyed the West Pier apart from its metal frame and a single fortune tellers hut, make of that what you will!

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