A look at the The Big Apple Kiosk in Swansea.
During our road-trip around the Welsh coast in August 2009 we spent a day playing petanque and crazy golf at the Mumbles in Swansea.
While we were there the strange Big Apple building near the pier caught our eye.
From our seaside travels archive
Looking through our photo archives I found this snap of it in a bit of a state. Apparently it had been hit by a vehicle just days prior to our visit!
Looking online it appears that the kiosk was granted listed building status last year.
The Big Apple kiosk was created in the 1930s as part of a promotional campaign for the Cidertone cider brand and at one time others could be found at seaside locations around the UK.
Unfortunately the Big Apple at the Mumbles is the last one standing.
A return is planned
We haven't been to Swansea since, but it is on our revisit list as there's a new crazy golf venue in the town.
We love visiting Wales and the Welsh coast and can't wait until the coronavirus pandemic is over so we can return.