|Boat race on an 'Amble Feast' day, 1930's.
| The 'Amble Feast' was a traditional day
of celebration held on a Sunday in August, and brought many
visitors to the town.
Buildings visible on the 'north side' include on the right a small
cottage occupied by the Stewart family, one (or both) of the
small buildings in the centre will be for the Amble (North)
Rocket Apparatus Equipment. Two unidentified dark coloured
buildings on the right. All of the buildings are long since
A couple of lighters are moored on
the north jetty, possibly still present as
wrecks on the
mudflats a few hundred metres upstream.