All materials contained on this web site are protected either by a specific licence imposed by the originator or by copyright law in which case they may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, displayed, published or broadcast without the prior written permission of the National Piers Society.
Originals of images displayed on this web site should be regarded as the property of their respective photographers.
WHERE IMAGES ARE NOT COVERED BY A SPECIFIC LICENCE, THEY MAY NOT BE REDISPLAYED ON ANOTHER WEB SITE WITHOUT PERMISSION OF THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND/OR THE NATIONAL PIERS SOCIETY.
Contact the photographer if you wish to obtain a reproduction of an image or if you wish to obtain permission to redisplay an image on another web site. For information on photographers, please contact us.
Photographer and Illustrator Credits
Images on this website which are provided under a licence or with the permission of the photographer/illustrator will be credited on this page.
- All ‘header’ images on the Home page are by Tim Phillips
- All ‘header’ images on other pages are the property of Tim Phillips, Richard Riding, Martin Easdown, Andy Merz, Frances White or Anya Chapman. The header image of Cowes Royal Pier is from the Phil Johnson Collection
- The copyright for images featuring in individual pier ‘galleries’ is stated on each image.
The image of Roker North Pier on the Roker Pier webpage is attributed to By Steve F, CC BY-SA 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=13021273
The image of Skegness Pier at Sunset on the Skegness page is attributed to Simon Pittock via CC Licence NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
The National Piers Society would like to thank the following photographers for allowing reproduction of their images on this site:
Chris J Coates, Michael Moulding, Dominic Alves, Andrew Washington, Ian Stannard, Matt Neale, Mike Garrett, Pete Allen, Janetsphotos, Brian Snelson, John Burke, Phil Johnson, Janet Baxter, Martin Easdown, Frances White, Suzie Hart, Tim Philips, Anya Chapman, Jan Oldfield and Andy Merz.
Special thanks to Richard Riding for sharing his archive of pier images and postcards.