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East Pier lighthouse, Whitby, North Yorkshire

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Pickernell, Francis (1796-1871)
NOTES: This is one of two lighthouses designed by Francis Pickernell, who was the engineer to Whitby Harbour from 1822-1861.

East pier lighthouse, Whitby, North Yorkshire

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Pickernell, Francis (1796-1871)
NOTES: This is one of two lighthouses designed by Francis Pickernell, who was the engineer to Whitby Harbour from 1822-1861.

Whitby pier, North Yorkshire, with the east and west pier lighthouses in the background.

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Pickernell, Francis (1796-1871)
NOTES: The two lighthouses were designed by Francis Pickernell, who was the engineer to Whitby Harbour from 1822-1861.

Hastings Pier, Hastings

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Birch, Eugenius
NOTES: Hastings Pier burnt down in October 2010.

Grand Pier, Weston-super-Mare, Somerset

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Angus Meek Architects
NOTES: The original pier was built in 1904 and was destroyed by fire in 1930 and in 2008. It was rebuilt by Angus Meek Architects in 2010

Gravesend Railway landing stage, Gravesend

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Newton, John (fl. 1863-1873)
NOTES: This print seems to promote an unbuilt project. The architect John Newton of Salisbury Street, Strand, London, designed both Herne Bay Station (Kent Coast Railway) and Broadstairs Station (London Chatham & Dover Railway), both opened in 1865.

Proposed Greenwich Pier, London: perspective from the river

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Kendall, Henry Edward (1805-1885)

OTH offices, Kraanspoor, Amsterdam

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Ontwerpgroep Trude Hooykaas
NOTES: The new offices for OTH have been built on top of a concrete pier, called Kraanspoor, meaning 'crane track'. Built in 1952, it was the final stage of a shipbuilding 'assembly line' that spanned the harbour basin. The track originally had two cranes on top of it, but these were demolished to make way for the new development, a long steel and glass box that appears to float above the concrete pier.
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