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Aberdeen Beach Promenade looking north
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Aberdeen Beach Promenade looking north

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Aberdeen Beach Promenade looking north
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Aberdeen Beach Promenade looking north
The Beach Promenade between the wars was a busy venue for holiday makers and locals alike.

On the left of the photograph can be seen the Beach Pavilion, home to Harry Gordon's Entertainers. The theatre originally opened as a wooden structure on 6th May 1906. Following many successful summer seasons, a new, improved Pavilion opened in 1928, seen here.

In 1962 the Pavilion was re-named the Gaiety and became a licensed restaurant, public bar and lounge. It functioned as a restaurant in the Queens Links leisure complex until the remnants of the original building were destroyed by fire in 2014.

The Beach Bathing Station can be seen in the background.
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