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This shows St. Comgall's before the addition of the spire; the church dominates the intersection of Hamilton Road and Castle Street, sitting in a roughly triangular plot encompassed by the aforesaid and Ruby Street. Long gone is the horse trough which stood at the apex of the triangle; was it saved?

As in the title this mooring place beside Seacliff Road is known as the Long Hole, two separate words. Many thanks for this correction - the archive has been updated, Regards, Editor.