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abandoned structure.

I'm not sure if this was at one time paert of the pier.
Taken at sunset in St Annes


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Margaret Pilkington



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Accyexplorer

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Old Jetty, St Anne's Pier

The old jetty, St.Annes Pier. Only one storey of the jetty can now be seen but there were originally three storeys and a deep channel passed in front, suitable for steamboats which took passengers to Lytham, Southport & Blackpool.
#1 Mon January 27, 2014 03:34

Margaret Pilkington

Beacon of light
Thank you for that information.....it clears up the question about what the structure once was.
I thought it was strange to be a part of the pier yet so low to the sands.
#2 Tue January 28, 2014 11:55


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