Posted by: Geoff | May 13, 2015

Low tide

Llandudno-North-Shore

A look at Llandudno Pier at low tide.

The pier has an overall length of 2,295 ft (700m) and first opened in 1877. The first pier to be built in Llandudno opened back in 1858, and was much shorter at 242 ft (74m) in length.

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  1. Time to collect some cockles! 🙂

  2. Always nice to see pics of the pier.be interesting if theres any pics when it was shorter… 🙂

  3. This is one of the best kept piers I know. Good to know someone else likes cockles too!

  4. We watched Guy Martin on tv a while back, helping to repair the metal-work underneath. I think he was there December time – very chilly work!

  5. I saw that too christine. A great prog. 🙂

  6. I do like to walk on the beach at low tide. That pier is quite a bit longer than the first one. I like it long like that.

  7. I’ll be walking too. 🙂 Or I might walk someone’s dog.

  8. That is a good place to exercise – the pier I mean.

  9. It’s interesting. It looks like the tide goes out pretty far.

  10. That’s such a long pier, I’d probably have to take a nap halfway to the end!


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