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Harry's Cafe in the Market Hall Douglas became a very popular eating place during the eighties and nineties.

The cafe was run by legends Harry and Liz and popular staff included Evelyn, Wiggy, Andrea, Victoria, Tracker, Gus and Maime

Harry and Liz went on to run Feegans Internet Cafe in Victoria Street, Douglas.

TT Week at Harry's Cafe 1996-1998

More regulars at Harry's Cafe particularly during the TT Races

All pictures supplied by Harry and Liz who relocated Feegan's Continental Cafe, to Victoria Street, the best breakfast in town.



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French Kier Days Douglas Breakwater 1980-1982

Late 70s Early 80s French Kier strengthened and extended the Battery Pier with an unusual design of sea defense material known as a Stabit.

The word is also found in the motto on the Manx Coat of Arms, 'Quocunque Jeceris Stabit', which translates literally as 'whithersoever you throw it, it will stand'.

Harry and Liz, now retired, were there to feed the lads.