Piers and Fishing More information about Piers will appear here soon – please keep checking. PF1-001 PF1-002 PF1-003 PF1-006 Did you know ice cream was sold from here in the early 1920s? PF1-008 PF1-009 PF1-019 PF1-012 PF1-018 Fisherman’s Pier The Bay PF1-007 Fishing Net Stances at The Bay PC1-038 Photo From Plowden Collection – with thanks to Francis Plowden and Live Argyll Libraries. See also our page on Roger Herbert Plowden for an excellent selection of Plowden photographs.Barking the nets at Fishermens Pier, Strachur. Oak tree Bark was heated up in water, the nets were soaked in this, then hung up to dry on the Stances. The coating from the barking of the nets helped prevent them from rotting. PF1-020 PF1-021 PF1-022 PF1-023 PF1-024 PF1-004 PF1-026 PF1-013 PF1-010 Fishing Net Stances at Leachd PF1-014 Fishing Net Stances at Leachd PF1-011 Newton Crofter Fishermen about 1860 Back – Sandy Cameron, Donald Douglas, John McVean Front – Hugh Douglas, Duncan Martin PF1-005 PF1-017 Fishing Net Stances at Newton PF1-015 Loch Eck Pier PF1-016 Lock Eck Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.