HC Deb 28 February 1910 vol 14 c589
Captain COOPER (on behalf of Mr. Kerr-Smiley)

asked at how many stations along the coast of North-East Ireland, from Lame to Londonderry, a life-saving apparatus was provided?


There is no full life-saving apparatus station between the limits named in the hon. Member's question, but there is one at Port Muck, near Larne, and one at Greencastle, at the entrance to Lough Foyle. There are seven stations within the limits mentioned at which there are belts and lines for life-saving purposes, and there is a lifeboat stationed at Port Rush.