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At anchor in Little Harbour

Little Harbour, on the east coast of Long Island, is a very protected anchorage from most wind directions. Long Island fisherman anchor their boats here during bad weather

Little Harbour

Looking across the harbour from the rocky cliffs on the Atlantic side.

The Atlantic from Little Harbour

The rocky cliffs between Little Harbour and the Atlantic

Little Harbour in the background

Little Harbour, northern beach

Clarence Town Harbour

A day of heavy north swell with the waves breaking over the reef and rocks in front of the anchorage.

Clarence Town Harbour

The beach beside Dream On.

St Peter & Paul Catholic Church

This was built by Father Jerome on his return to Long Island.

St Peter & Paul Church


View from top of left spire

A very narrow, winding climb up the left tower.

Looking north east over Clarence Town and Harbour

Looking east over the harbour towards the anchorage

Looking north over the salt pond towards the Atlantic

Clarence Town Police Station

In Long Island, police stations are green, government buildings are pink and educational buildings are yellow.

Seawater ditch into salt pond at Clarence Town

Salt used to be a major export from Long Island.

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