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Caption for Belfast, The Isle Of Man Steamer, Fenella 1897: A view of the steamer at Belfast Docks. There are still summer sailings from Belfast to the Isle of Man. In the background can be seen glimpses of heavy industry, Belfast being world-famous for its Harland and Woolf shipyard.

An extract from Ireland Photographic Memories.

Memories of Belfast, the Isle of Man Steamer, 'Fenella' 1897

HOLIDAY TO I.O.M. WITH MUM,DAD & ANN.

In the year of 1981 in Dublin (I'm from Antrim) I was lucky enough to meet a lovely girl called Fenella. I always wondered where her name came from.

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