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King Edward Pier
The King Edward Pier on its northern side provides a docking station for Isle of Man Steam Packet Boats; foot passengers access this side of the harbour via the elevated walkway. On the south, the pier forms the mouth of the River Douglas, and the opening to the Harbour area, which boats can access below the Douglas lifting bridge. This station allows mariners to gain essential information about the harbour entry conditions. This pier is one of the few monuments which commemorate the short reign of King Edward VIII.
The weather station at this site is located at the end of the Pier on the 'blockhouse' - a building owned by the harbours division.