Felixstowe pier

Felixstowe pier, Felixstowe, Suffolk

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  • Felixstowe Pier is a wooden pier built in 1905 and designed by the Rogers Brothers. The pier extended to a length of 2,640ft (800m) and was little more than a promenade deck, with railings along the entire length, and a T-shaped landing stage at the head. A large pavilion was at the shoreward end. The pier deck had an electric tramway takeing passengers and luggage to the steam boats.

    The pier was partly demolished for safety reasons and due to lack of funds looks set to disappear in the near future.

    Note that due to the lack of development plans the state of the pier could change. If anyone has an update please leave a comment.

  • Felixstowe pier Weather Forecast

    Light rain on Monday and Friday, with temperatures falling to 17°C on Saturday.

    Today's Forecast
     Partly cloudy until afternoon.
     
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       0%  9%   10 mph
      4:46 am    8:59 pm
    Sunday, May 28th
     Partly cloudy throughout the day.
     
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    22
       1%  35%   2 mph
      4:45 am    9:00 pm

    Monday, May 29th
     Light rain starting in the afternoon, continuing until evening.
     
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    22
       60%  59%   4 mph
      4:44 am    9:02 pm
    Tuesday, May 30th
     Partly cloudy until evening.
     
    13
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    21
       4%  46%   10 mph
      4:43 am    9:03 pm

    Wednesday, May 31st
     Clear throughout the day.
     
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    20
       2%  16%   4 mph
      4:42 am    9:04 pm
    Thursday, Jun 1st
     Partly cloudy overnight.
     
    13
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       0%  3%   6 mph
      4:42 am    9:05 pm

    Friday, Jun 2nd
     Mostly cloudy throughout the day.
     
    12
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       21%  82%   4 mph
      4:41 am    9:06 pm
    Saturday, Jun 3rd
     Mostly cloudy until afternoon.
     
    12
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    17
       2%  61%   5 mph
      4:40 am    9:07 pm

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