Seaview old picture postcards

(previously Sea View - the story goes that to save a word in telegrams,
the villagers combined the two words.)
the pier and bays

Pictures - Seaview - the village - Seaview - Salterns & westward

Guide - circa 1900

click on an image to view a larger version of the picture
dates, where given, usually refer to the date on the postmark

Seagrove Bay
Seagrove Bay
(although it says Priory Bay on the postcard)
Seagrove Bay
Seagrove Bay
(circa 1905)
The sands in Seagrove Bay
The sands in Seagrove Bay - 1923
Seagrove Bay
Houses in Seagrove Bay
most of the houses were subsequently demolished due to the underlay blue slipper clay
Seagrove Bay houses
Seagrove Bay -1912
Seagrove Bay
Sea Grove Bay Esplanade
Bathing tents in Seagrove bay
Bathing tents in Seagrove Bay
Seagrove Bay Bathing tents
Sea Grove Bay Esplanade - 1911
Nettlestone
Nettlestone (Holgate Lane)
Nettlestone Green
Nettlestone Green

Lane leading to Seagrove Bay
Seaview - Lane to Seagrove Bay
Seagrove bay & Pier
Seagrove bay & Pier
contributed by Anthony Greenman
Bathing tents - Seaview
Bathing tents, Seaview - 1910
Seagrove Bay and Seaview Pier Seagrove Bay and Seaview Pier
Seagrove Bay and Pier
Seagrove Bay and Seaview Pier - 1907
Seagrove Bay Seagrove Bay - 1902
Seagrove Bay
Seagrove Bay - 1915
The pier gates
Seaview suspension pier
Air view of Seaview Pier
Seaview suspension pier from the air.

The chain pier opened 1881 and was distroyed in a storms in 1951 and finally demolished 1952 (re piers.org.uk)

Seagview Pier from the beach
Seaview Pier from the beach
Seaview chain pier
Seaview suspension pier
Pier Hotel
Seaview Pier Hotel
Pier Hotel
Seaview Pier Hotel
Seaview Pier Hotel from the pier 1906
Seaview Pier Hotel from the pier - 1906
Seagview Pier decking Seaview Pier deck -
contributed
Seaview Pier Hotel from the pier
Seaview Pier Hotel from the pier
Pier Hotel from the pier
Seaview Pier Hotel from the pier
Pier Hotel and sands
Seaview Pier Hotel and sands
Woodside
Woodside
looking north from in front of the Pier Hotel
Not postcards,
but a mobile phone mast disguised as a tree
on the footpath along side the Priory.
Tree phone mast
Tree phone mast