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Pier

A man made structure extending from the shore against which vessels may lie to load or unload cargo.
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At the Lake Worth Pier, goggle-eyes, ballyhoo and greenies are popular king baits, and they can all be sabikied from the pier structure.
THERE'S going to be a party at the pier on Monday, as Merseyside marks the 150th birthday of Southport Pier.
But 100 years ago a major rebuilding programme of the pier was completed after the ultimate illustration of the force of waves and weather.
The pier is closed to fishing June, July and August, and it shuts at five o'clock at the beginning of October.
8 million in federal funds that will further enhance the neighborhood with construction of a ferry terminal and streetscape improvements along 125th Street from the pier to Old Broadway.
The pier is unique in that it has largely been unaltered since the 1920s and its concert hall and theatre are two of the best surviving Victorian and Edwardian seaside entertainment buildings.
On the pier head, the rides of the giant funfair swirl and swoop; shrieks of fear and delight mingle with loudspeaker music and the call of seagulls.
Sempra Energy Foundation Kids Guide to the Santa Monica Pier: kids will follow an interactive guide, created specifically for the Pier's Centennial celebration that will navigate around the Pier and let them experience the rich history of the past 100 years.
The five representatives arrived in Colwyn Bay shortly before 1pm and walked straight to the pier.
Then in August 1898, the pier head burned down, leading to a PS1,500 repair bill.
Tory MP Mr Jones said: "I'm still willing to do what I can to explore a way forward to see if we can restore the pier.
Over the next few days, the pier s capacity utilization will gradually increase.