Llanddulas Jetty

Llanddulas Jetty

The redundant and ramshackle 1940's jetty at Llanddulas in north Wales.

It was used to take crushed limestone out to waiting ships.

Update on this jetty: On the 4th September 2011 I was driving past the jetty on the main road which runs parallel to the beach and the jetty was in the process of being demolished.
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Llanddulas Jetty

The redundant and ramshackle 1940's jetty at Llanddulas in north Wales.

It was used to take crushed limestone out to waiting ships.

Update on this jetty: On the 4th September 2011 I was driving past the jetty on the main road which runs parallel to the beach and the jetty was in the process of being demolished.
Ref:
Date:
Location:
Llanddulas, North Wales
Photographer:

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