This amateur film shows a guided tour of the dilapidated West Pier in Brighton. The tour group dressed in safety equipment (hard hats and life jackets), make their way onto the structure following a briefing by their guide. Debris is piled up and scattered across the Victorian structure, still standing, but in deep decline. Sections of the iron framework stand in the sea, the decking having fallen away. Kiosks and buildings stand atop the structure in disrepair, with views inside. The group stand in a line, listening while the guide speaks. Interior views of the buildings follow, their windows looking out onto the beach. Their exteriors, cracked and peeling and covered in sea birds and pigeons.