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A case study of a UK coastal resort

Blackpool
Reasons for growth as a tourist destination

- The Industrial Revolution meant that people living in oppressive and
congested cities were looking for an escape.
- The construction of the railway link (to the NW) created the
opportunity for people to…

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- Upgraded the Blackpool Illuminations with advancing technology.



Wasn't enough ­ Blackpool lost much of its family holiday business and
came to rely on day trippers and stag and hen party business which is bad
for town's image.

Plans to ensure the continuing success of the tourism industry in the…

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