Blackpool lives up to your impressions I would imagine. But there are many stunning UK Seaside towns. I was in St Ives this year and found it one of the most beautiful seaside towns I have been to anywhere in the world, and I've been to a few.Interesting photos, an honest view of Blackpool.
Sadly the images just reinforce my opinion that most UK seaside towns are usually depressing places to visit.
Quite right. I'd rather have a few towns that specialise in complete tackiness so that those who want it know where to go and those who don't, know where to avoid.Nice and tacky! Like a British seaside version of Las Vegas. Actually looks better than I expected. Not every small town in Britain has to look like a Medieval gem. I think Blackpool should remain a city of piers, arcades, casinos and lights.
Blackpool is a fun town it's detractors are mainly anally retentive middle class bore'sThank you so much for these excellent pictures, you have captured the magic and fun that is Blackpool.
I love the fact you have taken the time to explore St John's Square and Birley Street (with the new arches and displays), Blackpool has had two really good years and 2010 has been excellent for the town with alot of new public and private investment coming into the town.
The Crowds have been huge this year and thats captured in these pictures, there would be a lot of seaside towns in the UK who would love to be this busy on an October evening.
Where else can you have three piers, a huge Victorian tower, two superb victorian ball rooms, loads of victorian and art deco theatres and a 12 tram line linking them all up.
I moved to Blackpool three months ago and have had the best three months of my life, it's a wonderful place, full of opportunies for new comers and anyone can be anything they want to be here.
Blackpool rocks in every way.