Five For Fleetwood
Euston Park was part of architect Decimus Burton’s original plan for the town dating back to the Victorian era. It was one of the first sights for people arriving from the London train when Fleetwood was served by a railway line. The bench near the North Euston Hotel commemorates Queen Victoria’s visit to Fleetwood in 1847 and the historic link with transport from the south and to Scotland by steamer. Today, the gates, shelters and Grade II listed fountain have been carefully restored to retain their original features along with new footpaths and planting allowing the park to become a gateway for people arriving by tram or on the Knott End ferry.
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