Roa Island remains of jetty
Roa Island remains of jetty (82679)
Wooden piles embedded in beach and sea defences 40m long by 6m wide
- Modern (1901 and later)
- Period comments
Assumed date due to probable use for ferry to Piel Island
- The earliest date of the feature, as a year, if known
- The latest date of the feature, as a year, if known
- Monument Type - Broad
- Ferry crossing
- Monument Type - Narrow
- Monument Description
A route across a river, or lake. Use only for small inland ferries and index with LANDING POINT/STAGE/STEPS or PIER where known.
- Evidence Type - Broad
- Evidence Type - Narrow
- Evidence Description
Man-made, roofless edifice or construction visible as substantial aboveground remains retaining evidence of architecture and materials, but which has been substantially destroyed.
- Object Type - Broad
- Object Type - Narrow
- Object Description
- Height OD (m)
- How accessible is the feature?
- Accessible - difficult terrain, Accessible on foot (no footpath)
- Accessibility comments
- NRHE Number
- NT HBSMR Number
- HER Event Number
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