Good quality enamel on white metal....condition excellent. Filey Holiday Camp was a Butlin's holiday camp near Filey, North Yorkshire, England, built for Billy Butlin's holiday organisation. Construction of the camp began in 1939. From 1939 to 1945, the camp was used as a military training base, as RAF Hunmanby Moor. The camp was served by its own railway branch and station (Filey Holiday Camp railway station) from 1947 to 1977. The camp closed in 1983. The site of the camp was replaced by a holiday park. The boating lake was filled in and is now a large green area with a central path through it from the holiday park to the beach.
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