The Civic Trust has applied to have the unlisted and larger-sized Promenade shelters in the Bispham and Norbreck areas locally listed.
Besides the 8 unlisted shelters there are two smaller shelters with the attractive dormers/bullet-eye located in these areas. They were nationally listed (Grade II) in 1983 along with 6 others of similar design and construction situated around Princess Parade.
The Civic Trust helped to renovate one of Grade II shelters in Bispham; it is adjacent to the Sandhurst Avenue tram stop. Unfortunately, it is already showing signs of rust and slight corrosion, but it was made in circa 1903. And unlike one of the new tram shelters at Sandhurstr Avenue it hasn’t blown down in the strong winds!
Wolverton Avenue Promenade Shelter
Opposite the former Miner's Home Promenade Shelter
Pembroke Avenue Promenade Shelter
Opposite the Braemar Hotel Promenade Shelter
Chatsworth Avenue Promenade Shelter
North of Norbreck Castle Promenade Shelter
Near Norbreck North Tram Stop Promenade Shelter
South of Little Bispham Tram Stop Promenade Shelter
Below are the links to the other Listed Buildings pages on our website:
Page 6: St Johns Church, Synagogue, Tower, Town Hall, Walkers Hill Farmhouse, War Memorial, White Tower, Winter Gardens.
Page 1 - Bispham Parish Church, Blowing Sands, Cabin Lift, Cemetary Chapel, Elmslie School, Fishers Lane. Click here
Page 2: Grand Theatre, Holy Trinity Church, Imperial Hotel, King Edward Cinema(former). Click here
Page 3: Kiosks in Abingdon Street, Kiosks in Talbot Square, Lady of Lourdes, Library and Art Gallery, Marton Mill. Click here
Page 4: Miners Convelescent Home, New Clifton Hotel, North Pier, North Shore Shelters, North Shore Methodist Chapel, Odeon Cinema.
Page 5: Old Grammar School, Post Office, Raikes Hall, Regent, Sacred Heart Church, South Shore Promenade Shelters, sundial. Click here
Page 6: St Johns Church, Synagogue, Tower, Town Hall, Walkers Hill Farmhouse, War Memorial, White Tower, Winter Gardens. Click here