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Fishing

Girvan Harbour

Girvan Harbour

©copyright South Ayrshire Libraries

Date From

1911

General view of Girvan Harbour with fish laid out on the quayside and barrels being prepared. The photo includes the clock tower known as Auld Stumpy. Beside the tower is a brick building called McMasters Hall which opened on 17 August 1911. The building was capable of housing 700 people in multiple rooms, halls and police courts, etc. The complex was destroyed by fire in 1939 and remained derelict until it was demolished in 1956.

Date To

1956

Theme

Fishing

Subtheme 1

Sea

Subtheme 2

Subtheme 3

Place

Girvan Harbour

Parish

Girvan

Format

Photo

Resource Type

Black & White Print

Source

Carnegie Library

Reference

S002

Relate Image Reference

S027

Creator

N/K

Commissioned by

N/K

Copyright Holder

©copyright South Ayrshire Libraries

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