Walkers Tussauds Photo Gallery 4


In 1984, Brian Walker announced that Walkers Tussauds was opening a further exhibition in Church Street, Whitby - the White Horse Waxworks. This publicity photograph was taken outside Walkers Tussauds Waxworks, Bridlington. Photograph: Wes Walker


Brian Walker painting the rams heads at the entrance to walkers Tussauds Waxworks on Bridlington's Royal Princes Parade in 1985. Photograph: Wes Walker


Brian Walker preparing the shore and harbour scene at the Walkers Tussauds White Horse Wax Museum in Whitby in 1986. Photograph: Wes Walker


Brian Walker at the launch of the White Horse Wax Museum in Whitby, 1986. Photograph: Wes Walker


From the Yorkshire region Daily Mail in the 1970s marking the launch of Walkers Tussauds. Click on photograph for a larger view. Photograph: Wes Walker


The Palace set at Walkers Tussauds Waxworks, Bridlington, mid construction. Photograph: Wes Walker


Brian Walker at the launch of his last great attraction before his untimely death in 2001 - Fort Paull, near Hull in July 2000. This attraction is still going strong. Photograph: Wes Walker

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