Maggie Law Maritime Museum

Housed in the old two storey coastguard building, beside the old harbour and slipway (the Gutty) in the centre of Gourdon, the 'Maggie Law' was one of the first inshore lifeboats, built in 1890, rowed by six men, and was in service for 40 years and saved 36 lives. However, there is a lot more besides, including connections to the Titanic.

Facilities

  • Part Disabled Access

Contact & Location

Operator:
Address:William Street
Gourdon
Nr Stonehaven
Aberdeenshire DD10 0LW
Contacts: 01569 750 730
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Open days:Apr-Sep Thu-Sun 1300-1630. Oct-Mar Sat-Sun closes 1600.
By Bus:107
By Rail: Stonehaven / miles

This entry was last updated on 28th April 2017

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