The Yarmouth Pier is the only pier left in The British Isles that is totally constructed from wood. It is “T” shaped and 609ft long.
When we think of a traditional seaside town most of us automatically think of the Victorian pier. Our Piers category brings all Coast Radar’s listings related to the traditional seaside pier together, where most now offer family entertainment and places to eat.
Finding the best things to see and do on a Isle of Wight day out with your family or friends is easy – simply explore the piers links below, hit the jump to my location button or use the search bar to plan your next Isle of Wight activity.
Totland Bay Pier pier was constructed of a light girder framework on cast iron piles and a timber deck in the late 1870’s. Now in a dilapidated state and its Read more [...]
Ryde Pier was a group of three separate piers: – a promenade pier (now a listed building) – an electric tramway pier (now gone) – and a steam railway pier Read more [...]
Sandown Culver pier first 360 foot pier opened around 1879 and later extended to 875 feet in the late 1880’s along with a new pier-head pavilion. 1968 saw major redevelopment Read more [...]