Woburn opened in August 1973 with two of it's dolphins "Bonny" and "Clyde" being obtained from the London Dolphinarium.
|The photograph on the front page of the souvenir programme was taken at|
the Queen Hotel Dolphinarium in Margate, Kent,
|Many of the photographs in the souvenier programme were not taken at Durley Chine.|
Here the photographs are of Doug Muir at Windsor safari park.
|This photograph may be have taken at the pool at Durley Chime|
|Three of the photographs are taken at the original dolphin pool|
at Brighton Aquarium. The other is at Windsor safari park with two at Vancouver Aquarium.
Owner: Performing Dolphins Ltd (Mr Cowell). Opened: June 1971 or 1972. Closed: after 1973 summer season. An adapted outdoor swimming pool, 24.38 x 6.10 x 2.44 - 3.05 m deep. The creditors of Performing Dolphins Ltd met in London in April 1974.
|Dolphinarium marked by red square|
|The original swimming pool that many years later was converted into the dolphinarium at Sandown.|
|Picture of the pool in its opening season; a roof was added the following year and can be seen of the picture at the foot of this page. The pool is now used for sea lion displays.|
|Photo taken from 100 Years of The Seaside: Twentieth Century in Pictures published by Ammonite Press/Press Association copyright.|