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Picturesque Harbours Photographic Memories

Picturesque Harbours Photographic Memories

The photo 'Bangor, the Long Hole 1897' appears in this book.

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Longhole is the name given to a curiously-shaped channel, bordered by the north-easterly arm of the North Breakwater, which leads inland towards the central pier. The man standing on the jetty, in the right-hand middle ground inland of the lamp-post, gesticulates with his left arm as he addresses the small group seated in front of him; they appear to be listening attentively. T h e I s l e o f M a n , Wa l e s a n d N o r t h e r n I r e l a n d

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Memories of Bangor, the Long Hole 1897

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.

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