History Part 3
Is one of the chief watering places on the Lancashire coast and is easily accessible from the large commercial centres of Lancashire and Yorkshire. The Midland and the London and North Western Railway companies both have stations there, and give excellent communication with all parts of England and offer to visitors special facilities for reaching the town.
Morecambe possesses many and varied attractions. It is advantageously placed on the shires of its picturesque bay and possesses a fine promenade about 2 1/2 miles in length. It is unrivalled for its splendid climate and the exquisite beauty of the surrounding scenery. As a tourist centre, it offers exceptional advantages by reason of its close proximity to the lake district and the numerous places of interest that are easily accessible from the town and in consequence of its advantageous position Morecambe becomes increasingly more popular as a holiday resort and tourist centre to visitors who are likely to take advantage of the entertainments that are provided there.
It is estimated that for several years past considerably over one million people have visited the town during the season and to a large number of these visitors the Winter Gardens and Victoria Pavilion have been a great source of attraction.
Morecambe Winter Gardens and the Theatre or Concert Hall know as the Victoria Pavilion