Peel

A Glaucous Gull in Peel, Isle of Man today, the Glaucous is a wintering bird from the Artic region and some fly south during the winter months, a relatively rare bird to the Isle of Man.

This image has also been added to my Isle of Man Wildlife Page

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Glaucous Gull - © Peter Killey - www.manxscenes.com

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The Clock Tower and remaining altar window and walls of the former St Peter’s Church in Market Place in Peel.

A fire in 1958 made the building unsafe and it was demolished shortly after, only the outer walls, alter window and some tomb stones and the clock tower remain.

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Former St Peter’s Church - Peel - © Peter Killey - www.manxscenes.com

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Mr Makin from Peel (with permission).

I am going to compile some Black and White images over the forthcoming months of some very distinguished traditional, Manx people.

My first image is Mr Makin who owns a fish processing factory in Peel and I see him many times on Peel Breakwater picking up his produce (queenies and scallops).

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Mr Makin, Peel - © Peter Killey - www.manxscenes.com

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