Weaponness Valley Road

The Weaponness Valley Road offers magnificent scenes, especially in the worm time of the year, when trees turn pink or white with blossom and never fail to amaze.

Located between Filey Road and the plateau of Oliver’s Mount, the Weaponness Valley was recognised as an “Area of Special Architectural or Historic Interest”. It was included in the Scarborough Conservation Area in 1985.

Many of the buildings were build between 1914 – 1918 and reflect the style favoured by the builders at the time. The larger buildings were individually designed as set pieces in order to reflect the status of their owners and to set them apart.

Weaponness Valley Road is certainly a residential area laid out in a spacious manner to provide for a certain class of occupier. More about the Weaponness Road on scarborough.gov.uk

Check out the photos below.

Weaponness Valley Road
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Weaponness Valley Road
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Weaponness Valley Road
Iconic Magazine Online
Weaponness Valley Road
Iconic Magazine Online
Weaponness Valley Road
Iconic Magazine Online
Weaponness Valley Road
Iconic Magazine Online
Weaponness Valley Road
Iconic Magazine Online
Weaponness Valley Road
Weaponness Valley Road
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