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Logan Fish Pond
Title: Logan Fish Pond
Description: The Logan Fish Pond can be found in the small village of Port Logan and is a unique Victorian Fish Larder. The Fish Keepers Cottage, seen here, leads the way to the Fish Larder which was built to store live sea fish and completed in 1800.
Date: August 2006
Logan Fish Pond - The Fish Larder
Title: Logan Fish Pond - The Fish Larder
Description: Below the Fish Keepers Cottage lies the Larder which was built onto the natural rock formation on the sea coast.
Date: August 2006
Logan Fish Pond - Feeding the Fish
Title: Logan Fish Pond - Feeding the Fish
Description: The fish are regularly feed and will jump out to grab some food!
Date: August 2006
Logan Fish Pond - Bathing
Title: Logan Fish Pond - Bathing
Description: The Victorians liked to bath in the sea so a walkway, shown on the left, and carefully managed rocky paths were created along with a beach hut.
Date: August 2006
Logan Fish Pond - Sea Bathing
Title: Logan Fish Pond - Sea Bathing
Description: This view, taken from the beach hut, shows the walkways to the cold sea!
Date: August 2006
Logan Fish Pond - View South
Title: Logan Fish Pond - View South
Description: Looking south from the Logan Fish Pond shows the village of Port Logan.
Date: August 2006
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