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Victorian Decay

The Marine Lake in Southport is surrounded by a series of Victorian shelters – designed to allow the discerning visitor to the town to take in the view whilst keeping the worst excesses of the weather at bay. Time, wind, rain and neglect have left these shelters in a rather forlorn state – weather beaten and paint peeled and generally the worse for wear. They still do the same job, but not with the same panache that they would have done in their heyday…

By Dune Prints

Vast swathes of marram grass, miles and miles of sand and an uninterrupted shoreline mark out the Southport coast. Peter Holloway has been photographing the Sefton coast from Southport in the north, to Formby in the south for many years.

Peter Holloway is an information technologist and photographer working in the North West of England.