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The gentleman standing here is proudly representing the Butlin's Redcoat with the campers riding on the elephant. Look at the rear, we see the classic icon Redcoat on the wall.
Sitting on the Butlin train, we see a lovely family smiling and showing the impact Butlin's has in creating that special moment and memory.
These two lovely ladies are showing us that stunning gem on the right-hand side and I believe next to that is the gaiety theatre, what a photo to share, I am super in love with it as it shows so much more, thank you to these ladies for this opportunity to see Butlin's from this time. I do not know when it was taken or the location.
Dated the 9th June 1961, this photo was taken at Butlins AYR in the Pig & Whistle.
The photo showing the bike was from Butlin's Brighton Hotel. The member of staff, has this information on the rear "Butlins Camp Filey 1 - 7 - 66 Pig & Whistle Bar as Bar Waited Sup"
Babs M wrote
"So this lovely chap, will have been a Bluecoat supervisor. I have a few holding a number. When the photographer started a new reel of film, he would always ask someone to hold a number so he could add it to the reel."
Lyndon R commented
"That was the book of tickets that started with that number, that was handed to the punters to present when collecting their pics. IIR, there were copies of the pics displayed in the photoshop windows"
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