Black and white photograph of Port Dover about 1910. The fish tug JIM & TOM lies alongside the wooden wharf. Her crew and the man on the wharf are very aware of the photographer. A small punt lies almost under the wharf in the lower right of the picture. Packing crates and barrels are stacked behind the fish houses. A number of nets are hung to dry. Two two-masted boats lies against the wharf, one between the tugs, a seond out along the pier. A lone rail car sits on the tracks alongside the pier. The rail station stands on the far right in the upper right of the background.