This 'through the arches' shot of the Lower Largo Harbour includes the Pier Pavilion (in the centre of the middle arch). Back in 1924 a large crowd was in attendance when one lady visitor, standing close to the edge of the pier watching the pierrots perform, "overbalanced and fell into the harbour, a distance of 18 feet. The tide being out at the time, she fell heavily on the stones in the harbour-bed". The Courier of 29 August continued to report that she was picked up unconscious and taken to a nearby house. Medical assistance came and found that she had no broken bones but had suffered several severe bruises.
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