Ramsey Pier, Isle of Man

Welcome to the Ramsey Pier website.

Here you can find old photos of the pier, as well as keep up to date with the restoration of this superb Victorian landmark. Hey, why not get also involved?

OUR MISSION

To raise money through public subscription and donations, and use volunteered and paid local skills, to repair the pier and bring it back into use.

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22 hours ago

Queens Pier Restoration Trust

Tonight is a perfect contender for most beautiful evening of the year! ... See MoreSee Less

Here at Queen's Pier we have started stripping the old rotten wood off Bay 2.
Unfortunately, we have a rather large amount of wood which we will be unable to recycle back onto the Pier.

We are offering this wood to anyone who would like to make a donation to QPRT.

We hope there will be some very artistic garden benches and tables made from this historic wood.

If this is of interest to you please contact us on 477062 or at qprt@manx.net.
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Here at Queens Pier we have started stripping the old rotten wood off Bay 2.
Unfortunately, we have a rather large amount of wood which we will be unable to recycle back onto the Pier.

We are offering this wood to anyone who would like to make a donation to QPRT.

We hope there will be some very artistic garden benches and tables made from this historic wood.

If this is of interest to you please contact us on 477062 or at qprt@manx.net.

 

Comment on Facebook

I'll have some please, email sent.

I wonder if my gt grandfather laid any of that wood during it's construction

Are there any large bits Like sleepers Thanks

oooh, Ruth Bougourd- could you use any of this in the garden?

Bet it burns well 😘🤭

Andre Pedro Midwood could you possibly get a sample of this and bring it to work so I can have a closer look? I'll buy you a beer.

Joe Wood

Kim Kneen

Jim De Backer get a few pens out of that

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Thank you Wayne Garrett for this great photo. ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you Wayne Garrett for this great photo.

7 days ago

Queens Pier Restoration Trust

Some of the marvelous 'heavy gang'. ... See MoreSee Less

Some of the marvelous heavy gang.

 

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Certainly the ones at each end Stuart

There are 36 cast iron grids which sit above the wave breaker/bull rock.
Earlier in the year we sent them away for refurbishment, we have had six returned so far.
So we are just waiting for the remainder, then we can start laying the new planks on bay 1.
As soon as the planks are down we can put in the stanchions and hand rails, and then folks bay 1 will be done!!!
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There are 36 cast iron grids which sit above the wave breaker/bull rock.
Earlier in the year we sent them away for refurbishment, we have had six returned so far.
So we are just waiting for the remainder, then we can start laying the new planks on bay 1.
As soon as the planks are down we can put in the stanchions and hand rails, and then folks bay 1 will be done!!!Image attachment

 

Comment on Facebook

Nice progress report, well done!

Fantastic achievement! Ramsey will have much to thank you all for.

Wow well done everyone. Be proud of yourselves.👏👏👏

Wow very excited. Dream coming true.

Fantastic well done

Well done to you all, you’re all great workers and much appreciated by us all.

👏 well done!

Fantastic effort all round! Do you think it would be possible to open up the bays as they are completed so the public could watch the progress from the finished sections? I know this would probably be a H&S nightmare with lifting ops going on etc but could be another way to raise money by a modest admission charge/donation?

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