Remains of Lifeboat Slipway
Remains of Lifeboat Slipway (82679)
Wooden piles embedded in beach and sea defences 40m long by 6m wide
- Modern (1901 and later)
- Period comments
Remains of timber uprights which are the remnants of an old lifeboat slipway for Piel Island. Consists of quite a number of timbers.
Mid C19th century photographs and map show this as the location of the lifeboat station. Mid 1950s photographs show that its location has moved to where the current lifeboat station is.
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- Monument Type - Broad
- Navigation aid
- Monument Type - Narrow
- Lifeboat station
- Monument Description
A building designed to house a lifeboat, usually with a stone ramp to launch the boat into the sea.
- 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
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- How accessible is the feature?
- Accessible - difficult terrain, Accessible on foot (no footpath)
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