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Dunoon pier buildings 2017

Dunoon Pier is the best example of a 19th century wooden steamer pier left on the Clyde. The earliest parts of the pier date from around 1868. This restored building is the former waiting room and harbour Master's office. The pier is no longer in use since a new concrete pier with link span was built alongside around 2005.

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