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Thursday, 9 June 2011

Garth Point Pier - Site Details Online Images Associated Sites & Records





RCAHMW colour slide oblique aerial photograph of Bangor Garth Pier, Bangor, 2004.
DI2005_0811     NPRN: 34150
Stretching over 460m across the Menai Straits, Garth Point Pier is the longest surviving pier in Wales. Originally built for pleasure steamers, it was constructed in steel and cast-iron in 1896 by J.J. Webster of London and the contractor was Alfred Thorne of London. It was damaged by a ship in 1914 and was closed in 1971, but re-opened in ...
Read full site description of Garth Point Pier on Coflein - Discovering Our Past Online

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