A similar device found on Brighton Pier was made safe using a controlled explosion.
By day, seen from a distance, it reminded him of the ruin of England's Brighton Pier, as though viewed through some cracked kaleidoscope of vernacular style.
Situated below the East Cliff near Brighton Pier and built with private funding, its promoters anticipate that several hundred thousand visitors per year will experience the 12-minute ride.
They also stated that large-scale development may be encouraged in the area east of Brighton Pier, because a precedent has been set for it.
God pardon us, nor harden us; we did not see so clear The night we went to Bannockburn by way of Brighton Pier.
The race then headed west out to and around Hove, before returning on the seafront and finishing on Madeira Drive, close to Brighton Pier.
Brighton Pier (or, the Palace Pier) is home to many rides and other amusements such as fortune tellers and prize winning games.
After the club hit financial difficulties, Kallaugher drew caricatures of tourists in Trafalgar Square and on Brighton Pier.
In 2004, Brighton Pier was fined £37,000 for failing to ensure people's safety.
He dove 100 feet in Manchester, 167 feet in Liverpool, and jumped from a 140-foot scaffold at Brighton Pier.