SAW052399 SCOTLAND (1953). Eyemouth, general view. An oblique aerial photograph taken facing east. This image has been produced from a print.

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Title [SAW052399] Eyemouth, general view. An oblique aerial photograph taken facing east. This image has been produced from a print.
Reference SAW052399
Date 1953
Link Canmore Collection item 1315369
Place name
Parish EYEMOUTH
District BERWICKSHIRE
Country SCOTLAND
Easting / Northing 394540, 664411
Longitude / Latitude -2.0872673886299, 55.872865531508
National Grid Reference NT945644

Pins

Eyemouth quay where fishing boats unload their catch and see it auctioned on the quayside.

N Dunn
Friday 6th of October 2017 09:56:10 AM
This is the North Sea

N Dunn
Friday 6th of October 2017 09:52:58 AM
Eyemouth beach which disappears under water at high tide

N Dunn
Friday 6th of October 2017 09:52:04 AM

N Dunn
Friday 6th of October 2017 09:50:13 AM
This land is Eyemouth Golf Course

N Dunn
Friday 6th of October 2017 09:49:19 AM
This is Eyemouth's boat builders yard where wooden fishing vessels were built and repaired.

N Dunn
Friday 6th of October 2017 09:48:05 AM
This is the Coast Guards house at the top of the bank to obtain a good view of the Sea

N Dunn
Friday 6th of October 2017 09:44:47 AM
Eyemouth Lifeboat Station on the south side of the Harbour

N Dunn
Friday 6th of October 2017 09:43:01 AM
This is 'The Tower' which at one time was a Dovecote so known locally as that name.

N Dunn
Friday 6th of October 2017 09:41:55 AM
The Mansion House which is known as Gunsgreen House

N Dunn
Friday 6th of October 2017 09:40:30 AM
Comment from DJanes - "Built c.1753 by local smuggler John Nisbet - designed by John Adam. Now museum and wedding venue www.gunsgreenhouse.org."

Duncan Brown
Friday 6th of October 2017 10:11:56 AM
One of the two granaries built with Chester House

DJanes
Monday 10th of February 2014 11:42:18 AM
Chester House, built early 1750s by lawyer, John Renton

DJanes
Monday 10th of February 2014 11:41:20 AM

User Comment Contributions

I think this area is called Eyemouth 'Bantry'

N Dunn
Friday 27th of March 2015 11:33:10 AM