See how these Cromer landmarks have changed over the years
PUBLISHED: 18:14 27 June 2019 | UPDATED: 18:14 27 June 2019
Cromer Boating Lake, left, has been transformed into a crazy golf course. Photos: Richard Batson/Jessica Frank-Keyes
From the iconic pier and the famous seafront Bath House, to the Hotel de Paris and No 1 Cromer, the north Norfolk coast is packed with recognisable landmarks.
But from the redevelopment of the town's hospital, to the closure of Bouncers nightclub at the station, the image of the town has also varied throughout the years.
We took a look back through the history of Cromer's buildings to see how many of these well-known sights you recognise.
CROMER PIER AFTER: A stunning shot of the film set on Cromer Pier, by Brad Damms. Photo: BRAD DAMMS
Photos: Archant/Ian Burt/Cromer Museum/Jessica Frank-Keyes/Google Streetview/Antony Kelly/Simon Finlay/Richard Batson/Jane Campbell/Brad Damms
CROMER PIER BEFORE: A shot of Cromer Pier in the mist. Photo: Ian Burt NO 1 CROMER AFTER: Galton and Tracy Blackiston and staff at No 1 Cromer when it was ranked in the UKs top five fish and chip restaurants. Photo: SIMON FINLAY NO 1 CROMER BEFORE: Galton Blackiston and his team outside the site of No 1 Cromer. Photo: Antony Kelly BATH HOUSE BEFORE: The Bath House, one of Cromer's iconic seafront buildings, in 1896. Picture: SUPPLIED BY CROMER MUSEUM BATH HOUSE AFTER: Renovations are underway at the Bath House in Cromer, after a new owner took on the iconic seafront property. Photo: Jessica Frank-Keyes BOUNCERS AFTER: The former Bouncers nightclub in Cromer is now boarded up. Photo: Jessica Frank-Keyes BOUNCERS BEFORE: The former Bouncers bar at the station in Cromer. Photo: Antony Kelly BOATING LAKE BEFORE: People enjoying the water at the former Cromer Boating Lake. Photo: Richard Batson BOATING LAKE AFTER: The former boating lake in Cromer has been transformed into a crazy golf course. Photo: Jessica Frank-Keyes
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