This Toast-Rack Passenger vehicle is pictured at West Park during the late 1930's. In the background is West Park Pavilion which was justifiably renowned for it's superb Dance Floor. Over the generations many a marriage must have resulted from meetings on it's dance floor. In later days it was renamed to Behan's, than Inn-on-The Park, during that time many Show business household names graced it's stage.
After the decline in tourism over past two decades the premises were sold to property developers. After a protracted battle with local campaigners and The States Planning Department permission was finally gained to demolish the building and replace it with luxury apartments. The result is a building which has retained much of the "Art Deco" character of the old building.