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. The Victorian pier was built in 1896 and juts out 1,500 feet into the turbulent waters of the Menai Strait, stretching two-thirds of the distance to Anglesey. It is pictured here with Snowdonia in the background. It was refurbished in the 1980s.
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