Readers, the Reclamation Administration is going to the shore for the week!
Enjoy this awesome post on abandoned pools by Urban Ghosts while we are gone
This abandoned outdoor swimming pool at Sharpness Point in Tynemouth, northern England, is both classic example of a bygone era and symbol of Britain’s all-too-often rundown seaside resorts. While cheap package holidays are generally blamed for the decline of seaside resorts across the UK, increased health and safety measures and a reluctance on the part of local councils to spend money on upgrading existing – often historic – facilities have caused many such pools and lidos to fall into abandonment. Their 21st century remains are nostalgic reminders of our recent past.