newday.jpg – Sunrise over Cardwell Bay, Gourock, Scotland. “The derelict L-sha…


newday.jpg – Sunrise over Cardwell Bay, Gourock, Scotland. “The derelict L-shaped pier in Cardwell Bay does not appear on maps produced prior to World War II, indicating that it was purpose built by the Admiralty to service warships at anchor in the Firth of Clyde. After the war, it was used as an overnight mooring place for Admiralty boats, and as a terminal for liberty boats from the US submarine base in the Holy Loch. A concrete building on the west corner of the pier served as the stat…



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