In addition to those piers detailed in the main sections of this website, other pier type structures were built as landing stages and/or railway piers and, as well as making their traditional appearances around the coastline, were to be found ‘inland’ along rivers and their estuaries or along lake shores.
This listing does not include piers constructed solely for military, industrial or lifeboat use. It does, however, include some private jetties.
Construction and demolition dates are given where known and links to reference websites and/or photographic images of the piers will gradually be provided where available. Names in Bold type indicate particularly attractive and interesting structures. The icon indicates a separate additional link to the pier via Google Streetview.

Coniston (1981-) Coniston Brantwood (1984-) Coniston Park-a-Moor(1981-) Loweswater
Ullswater Howtown(1877-) Ullswater Glenridding(1877-) Ullswater Pooley Bridge(1877-) Windermere Ambleside(1869-)
Windermere Bowness(1869-) Windermere Bowness Pier 2 Windermere Bowness Pier 3 Windermere Ferry Hotel(Lost)
Windermere Lake Side(1869-) Windermere Low Wood Windermere Storrs
Birkenhead (Woodside) Eastham (1898-) Egremont (1876-Lost) Liverpool Pier-Head(1842-)
Monks Ferry (1838-) New Ferry(1865-Lost) Rock Ferry(1709 – 1957) Seacombe (Wallsey) (1876-)
Tranmere (1877-1904)
Morecambe Stone Jetty(1848-) Arnside (1857-) Grange-over-Sands/Bayley Lane (1870-Lost) Grange-over-Sands/Clare House (1893-1928)