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|This is Navy Pier in downtown Chicago.|
Editors Note - From Wikipedia - Navy Pier is a 3,000 foot long pier on the Chicago shoreline of Lake Michigan. Built in 1916, the pier was originally designated Municipal Pier #2 (Municipal Pier #1 was never built). The pier was constructed to accommodate package freight vessels, excursion steamers, warehouses and public entertainment, and had...
|Pleasure Beach, Blackpool, formerly "Blackpool Pleasure Beach", (PBB) is a family owned amusement park in the town of Blackpool in Lancashire, England.|
The park was founded in 1896 by Alderman William George Bean, who said his intent was to create "an American Style Amusement Park, the fundamental principle of which is to make adults feel like children again and to inspire gaiety...
|Southend Pier is the town's historical icon as well as being the longest pleasure pier in the world, with its glorious 1.33 miles literally putting Southend on the map as well as into the record books.|
Since it was built in 1830, the Pier has seen both jubilant and troubled times coupled with many changes as it has evolved to meet the trends of the passing decades of the 20th cen...
|The Brighton Marine Palace and Pier is a pleasure pier in Brighton, England.|
Brighton PierGenerally known as the Palace Pier before being unofficially renamed by its current owners as Brighton Pier in 2000 (a change not recognised by the National Piers Society), it was begun in 1891 and opened in May 1899 after costing a record ú137,000 to build. A concert hall opened two years l...
|Nice pier in the Baltic Sea with a nice restaurant at the end. Low-res image, unfortunately. ||09/01/2005||346|
|Brighton is a popular destination for its beach and nightlife. It has two piers, the larger "Palace Pier" houses fairground rides and amusements. The smaller "West Pier" was closed in 1975 and is now damaged beyond repair.||01/17/2006||1,031|
|This is a giant pier off the coast of italy... very long.||02/14/2009||462|
|The City Recreation Pier in Fells Point, Baltimore, Maryland, used as the police station in the NBC television series "Homicide, Life on the Street"||08/13/2005||350|
|This Pier in the harbour of San Francisco is famous for its lot of sea lions.||08/23/2005||501|
|Warships at the Base piers, circa August 1944. Among them are:|
USS Missouri (BB-63), the largest ship;
USS Alaska (CB-1), on the other side of the pier;
USS Croatan (CVE-25), and destroyers of the Fletcher and "Four-Pipe, Flush-Deck" classes at the next pier.
|This is a wierd circle in the sand next to the Huntington Beach pier. I also notice they've built a lot of stuff on the other side of the pier from the circle.||06/26/2008||392|