Jack, you are quite close to Cobh (formerly Queenstown), where Titanic stopped and took on passengers and mail. Several years ago, there was still an old, wooden pier that was supposedly used for passengers to board a tender to go out to Titanic. Can you verify whether the pier is still there and whether it is, in fact, the original pier used for Titanic passengers?
Thanks, Jack - that looks to be the pier I saw in Cobh about 15+ years ago. From the photo, the decking is missing and whatever hand rails were originally there are gone. The deck stringers look reasonably good. The bents seems to be in bad shape, and some appear to have been reinforced with sisters. It seems that overall, the remains of the pier's days are numbered.