Just some shots I took at Eastbourne the other day.
They make a different class of beach hut there (running water and gas supplied).
They have their own tea chalet round the back. The Union Jack provides an extra touch of something.
And a Dotto train.
There's a very nice pier, and some winches. These are not like the winches at Hastings, which will be illustrated later.
Judging from the rust on the wire, these winches don't get used much.
This is an exercise in the creation of a seaside place and experience. The tea chalet, the train, the pier, and the winches all recall the nineteenth century creation of the seaside atmosphere. It's soggy with nostalgia, to quote Tom Lehrer. For AA100 students there's a lot here than resonates with the material in Book Four.
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