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The Southend Timeline takes a look back at the fascinating history of Southend-on-Sea Designed and developed as a "Discover and Explore" website, the more you click and scroll the more you discover. You can travel (virtually) in time from today, back into the history of Southend Southend Timeline offers information and in-depth featured articles on the town’s past Introduction Southend-on-Sea in Essex has seen many great changes since its early beginnings with a few fishermen's huts at the south end of Prittlewell. South End expanded in the 18th century with the building of a new town along the cliffs. With the arrival of the railway, almost a century later, the town was subject to further expansion. Day-trippers from inner city areas such as London flocked to the seaside and Southend became a popular holiday town. In the late 1960s one of the biggest changes occurred in Southend's recent history, the Hammerson Development (Victoria Shopping Centre later the Plaza) was constructed, the modernisation programme from then can still be seen today To date Southend has been a subject of many books documenting its history our photos/pictures have appeared in Carol Edwards and Ken Crowe’s publications as well as the local press Southend Timeline, old photos are from a private collection of amateur and commercial photographs taken around the town of Southend-on-Sea
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