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COME ONE COME ALL. PHASE ONE. Works begin January 2010, due for completion Spring/Summer 2011 Cost of £12 million Restore facade of Cinema, plus restaurant and lower ground floor Protect remainder of Cinema building from deterioration

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COME ONE

COME ALL

phase one
PHASE ONE
  • Works begin January 2010, due for completion Spring/Summer 2011
  • Cost of £12 million
  • Restore facade of Cinema, plus restaurant and lower ground floor
  • Protect remainder of Cinema building from deterioration
  • Rebuild Scenic Railway and build world’s first heritage amusement park, utilising rides already rescued from across the UK
  • Scheme to occupy a minimum of 50% of the whole site
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Plans for the Heritage Amusement Park, drawn up by Levitt Bernstein architects working with amusement park designer Jean-Marc Toussaint.
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Early Dreamland buildings were

modernist in style. Our buildings echo

these streamlined designs.

the main plaza
THE MAIN PLAZA
  • The world-famous Scenic Railway is the centrepiece of the park, here alongside gallopers and children’s rides.
  • A body of water will run along the Scenic, with a deck allowing visitors to get up close to the ride.
  • The Cableway gives a bird’s eye view of Marine Terrace and the sands.
scenic railway station
SCENIC RAILWAY STATION
  • The Scenic Railway station follows the park’s modernist styling.
  • It features a large fin, reminiscent of the cinema tower.
  • The Helter Skelter is designed to feel like a lighthouse at the end of the pier.
wild mouse wheel
WILD MOUSE & WHEEL
  • Another streamlined building, here a food and drink kiosk. This style works with modern materials, such as the metal of the Wheel, but also sits happily with the wooden structure of the Mouse.
  • Each ride will be introduced by fact boards in the queue lines, including historical information, technical details and old photos.
river caves water chute
RIVER CAVES & WATER CHUTE
  • The entrance to the River Caves is an homage to the great Scenic rides of the 1920s, one of which at Coney Island’s Dreamland was called Dragon’s Gorge.
  • These rides form the south-west corner of the park.
  • They maximise the available space by sharing hydraulics and maintenance space, plus providing the park’s office space.
inside the river caves
INSIDE THE RIVER CAVES
  • The theming draws inspiration from the listed 19th-century Menagerie Cages on Dreamland.
  • This ride will be a whimsical journey around the world searching for fantastic mythical dream creatures which will populate the cages of our “Menagerie of the Weird”.
the cinema building
THE CINEMA BUILDING
  • Facade restored to create a landmark building at the Western end of Margate’s Golden Mile.
  • Lower ground floor providing a grand entrance to the amusement park.
  • Refurbished restaurant.
  • Remainder of building, including the unique Compton-Noterman theatre organ, protected from deterioration.
phase two
PHASE TWO
  • Work due to start January 2012
  • Cost of c£20 million
  • Creating a major performance and entertainment venue to stage live music, cabaret, cinema, theatre and more
  • Celebrating popular seaside culture and Margate’s history as a centre for youth cults
  • Exhibitions, restaurants, bars and shops
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Draft plans for the Cinema Building, Lower Ground Floor, drawn up by Levitt Bernstein architects.
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