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Worthing Pier Collection

The Worthing Pier Company was formed in 1860 to build a 960 foot pier. Designed by Sir Robert Rawlinson, the first pile was driven on 4th July 1861, and the pier opened on April 12th 1862

The pier originally was a simple promenade deck 960 ft long and 15 ft wide. In 1888 it was upgraded and the width was increased to 30 ft with the pier head increased to 105 ft for a 650-seat pavilion to be built. Today it is a Grade II listed building structure.

Choose a picture from our Worthing Pier Collection for your Wall Art and Photo Gifts

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Worthing Pier Collection: Worthing Pier Sun Ray
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Worthing Pier Collection: Worthing Pier
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Worthing Pier Collection: Landscape Reflections
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Worthing Pier Collection: The End of Clevedon Pier at Sunset
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Worthing Pier Collection: Worthing Pier in the Blue Hour
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Worthing Pier Collection: Worthing Pier View
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Worthing Pier Collection: Worthing Pier, England
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Worthing Pier Collection: British seaside architecture
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Worthing Pier Collection: Worthing Pier just after sunrise
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Worthing Pier Collection: Sunset over the Victorian Pier, Worthing town
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Worthing Pier Collection: Black and White
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Worthing Pier Collection: Worthing Pier
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Worthing Pier Collection: Worthing Pier at sunset
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Worthing Pier Collection: Sun setting behind Worthing Pier
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Worthing Pier Collection: Worthing Pier reflection
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Worthing Pier Collection: British seaside architecture
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Worthing Pier Collection: British seaside architecture

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