Clues for the Bangor Treasure Hunt 2: The Coastal Path
If you missed Bangor Treasure Hunt 1: Bangor Town Centre you can find it here.
Clue 1: (Former) Kingsland Toilets?
When was the camera club set up in this building?
Clue 2: Royal Ulster Yachtclub
Who was the famous teaman who was a member of this club?
Clue 3: Seacliff Road
This gate is securely locked to keep the public off the rocks. How many locks are there?
Clue 4: The Eisenhower Pier
Which mosaic depicts Columbanus and his followers rowing? (Down the Rhine?)
Clue 5: The Eisenhower Pier
What was the date of the invasion?
Clue 6: Colin Middleton Lived Here
What is this address?
Clue 7: Quay Street/Crosby Street
On which building on Quay St/Crosby St can we see this half-hidden inscription?
Clue 8: The McKee Clock
To which sailing club did Mrs Coates belong?
Clue 9: To Pickie Park
Which organisation meets here?
Clue 10: The Pastie Supper Lover
What does this legend have on his back?
Clue 11: Old Pickie Pools
Who were not permitted to use this facility?
Clue 12: Wilson’s Point
Fourteen hundred years ago Columbanus sailed from Bangor to set up monasteries throughout Western Europe. If he had taken the shortest route to Scotland where would he have landed?