Menzies East Cliff Court Bournemouth
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- Swimming pool
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... 1851 - 695 residents then by 1861 - 1707 residents.
Many improvements and services were introduced throughout the century, the railway reached Bournemouth in 1870 increasing the number of visitors to Bournemouth. In 1877 the Red House was built by the Prince of Wales for Lillie Langtry and 1885 the Mont Dore Hotel as a health resort but was turned into the town hall in 1921. The Theatre Royal was built in 1882 and Bournemouth Arcade from ...
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