(The pictures below can be seen at a larger size by clicking on them)
More houses in the station. Behind the blocks facing the sea and themselves
facing a green where cricket was played.
The cable offices, converted to holiday flats.
Sea facing aspect of the offices. (1998)
The Commercial Cable Company logo close up (from the side of
The water tower, now without the tank.
One of the few signs left that the building is something special -
a row of insulators for telegraph cables on the side. John Packer says that these are likely to be the terminations for overhead
landlines connecting the office with the Irish network.
Original cable station office building and and Manager's house viewed across the green.
Manager's house. This was a shooting lodge for the local
estate before the Cable Station was established.
Manager's house from sea direction showing workshops behind.