I also went up to the Little Bispham station further up the line. Also designed by J C Robinson and the Blackpool Corporation to modernise the tram network, it was constructed slightly later than Bispham station, erected in 1935.
This tram station provided shelter in the front and side seating areas, and also public toilets which are still in use and seem to be looked after well by the Council (although I did not go inside to check!).
The front seating area is worn down like the Bispham tram station, with empty, rotting window frames and damaged features. Similar to the larger Bispham station, the front of the building has classical ornate features. The building is constructed from brick, with what I presume to be a ceramic tile edging on the door and window frames. It is a jolly looking example of architecture, I find the form, colour and details quite majestic, marooned on a barren coastal strip of land. I really do hope it can be taken care of, so there is not more damage to its structure.