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Remembering OC Fishing Pier by Monte Morton

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Hurricane Sandy destroyed the Ocean City Maryland Fishing Pier. This historic OC landmark was first built in 1907.

Ninth Street Fishing Pier 9th Street
Ocean City, MD 21842

Ninth Street Fishing Pier in Ocean City Maryland is perfect for those who love to fish. Located between Ninth Street and the bay, its a well-maintained pier with fish-cleaning tables equipped with hoses for easy clean-up. The Ninth Street Fishing Pier is an ideal getaway for even the most discerning fishermen.

The Ocean City Pier first opened in 1907. Its amusement pavilion had a long arched roof with large, round-arched windows lighting the first and second floors. It contained a dancing pavilion, a barber shop, a novelty store, a movie theater, a photo studio, a skating rink, bowling alleys, a pool room and refreshment booths. The Pier building collapsed under snow and ice in 1918. It was quickly rebuilt, only to completely burn down in 1925. By 1929 it was replaced by a new fishing pier and the Pier club for dancing.

Photographed with a Nikon D90 and a Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 14-24mm f/2.8G ED Lens.


OC Pier during Hurricane Sandy


Ocean City Fishing Pier


Night Skys at OC Pier


Ocean City Maryland Sunrise


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  • Poete100
    Poete100almost 2 years ago

    That was very sad…I kept seeing the waves bashing this pier during the whole time on NECN (New England Channel News) It’s nice that you have this wonderful photo to remember the Pier!!!! Fabulous photo Monte!!!

  • Thanks so much!

    – Monte Morton

  • John  Kapusta
    John Kapustaalmost 2 years ago

    How sad I rememebr going there many years ago with my boys. A beautiful image with great colors for re membrance

  • I appreciate it John, thank you!

    – Monte Morton

  • Jack Ryan
    Jack Ryanalmost 2 years ago

    Absolutely stunning!!! Wonderful work, Monte…as always.

  • Thank you, always appreciate your comments Jack!

    – Monte Morton

  • AuntDot
    AuntDotalmost 2 years ago

    What a beautiful capture! Such a shame that it was destroyed by that monster storm.

  • Thanks

    – Monte Morton

  • CanyonWind
  • Thanks Pop’s

    – Monte Morton

  • Jack Ryan
    Jack Ryanalmost 2 years ago

    Just picked up on the fact that the pier was destroyed by the storm…and saw the other photos of it as well. All great photos…and what a shame about the fate of this beautiful place. Glad you posted this shot…and the others. Nice tribute!

  • Thanks

    – Monte Morton

  • Monnie Ryan
    Monnie Ryanalmost 2 years ago

    Beautiful, Monte – so sorry to see it damaged.

  • Thanks Monnie

    – Monte Morton

  • terezadelpilar~ art & architecture
    terezadelpilar...almost 2 years ago

  • Thanks so much Tereza

    – Monte Morton

  • DaveHrusecky
    DaveHruseckyalmost 2 years ago

    Fantastic photos Monte, rich in color, composure,and memory. I hope you and your family managed the storm safely and that the area will, some how, recover quickly.

  • Thank you Dave!

    – Monte Morton

  • Marie Sharp
    Marie Sharpalmost 2 years ago

  • Thanks so much Marie

    – Monte Morton

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