visit of Princess Caroline of Brunswick that Southend's status of a seaside resort grew. "Echo News Official: Council is wasting our cash". 80 81 York Road Market edit Demolition of the historic market began on 82 The site became a car park. The last show was held in 2012; an attempt to revive the show for September 2015, as the Southend Airshow and Military Festival, failed. It was noted as spearheading what became known as the Southend Scene and was featured in the NME, Dazed Confused, ID, Rolling Stone, Guardian and Vogue. Retrieved "Old Shop Fronts Names ". Running from Southend Victoria north out of the town is the Liverpool Street line, a branch of the Great Eastern Main Line operated by Abellio Greater Anglia.
Southend has declined as a centre for credit card management with only Royal Bank of Scotland card services still operating in the town. "Fire burns through Southend Pier". Art, galleries, museums and libraries edit Focal Point Gallery is South Essex's gallery for contemporary visual art, promoting and commissioning major solo exhibitions, group and thematic shows, a programme of events including performances, film screenings and talks, as well as offsite projects and temporary public. The cliff gardens, which included Never Never Land and a Victorian bandstand were an attraction until slippage in 2003 made parts of the cliffs unstable.
Since then Priory Park and Victory Sports Grounds were donated by the town benefactor ones, who also has the sports ground Jones Corner Recreation Ground named after his wife. Dr Kamran Ali, 39, of Glendale Gardens, Leigh-on-Sea, was found innocent on six charges by a jury at Basildon Crown Court. Archived from the original on Retrieved "Masked bikers warn drivers about spy cars". The show has not been held since 2012 due to a lack of sponsorship and funding cuts. A record fair is frequently held at West Leigh Schools, Ronald Hill Grove, Leigh on Sea. Caroline of Brunswick, and Southend Pier was constructed. Rail edit Southend is served by two National Rail lines. "The Edinburgh Gazette " (PDF).