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Felixstowe, Pier and Leasure Centre
England

A cylindrical panorama showing Felixstowe Pier and Leisure Centre. Before World War II the pier was one of the longest in the country and even had it's own train. But was partially demolished to prevent it being used for enemy landings.

Copyright: Sam ablott
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 45372x2922
Uploaded: 02/05/2012
Updated: 05/05/2012
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Tags: pier; leasure centre; coast; seaside; felixstowe
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