This view was taken from the ferry. It looks southwards towards the Garth and Bangor, which is backed by the Snowdon mountains. Bangor's chief trade was the export of slates, mined from Lord Penrhyn's quarries at Bethesda, and carried by rail to Port Penrhyn. The quay here was 300 yards long.
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