REMNANT

From cast iron structures to timber piles…

Swanage is a charming small coastal town in south-east England, UK.

The old pier (original Swanage Pier) was built between 1859 and 1861. It was used by stone quarries and all that remains of it are its timber piles.

Today the remains of the original pier are clearly visible from the second restored one.

This image was captured late June 2016.

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