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|Near the Blowhole, Pirate's Bay May 2004|
|The Blowhole, Pirate's Bay May 2004|
|Tasman's Arch May 2004|
|Looking south from Tasman's Arch May 2004|
|Cliffs May 2004|
|Coastal view northward toward Pirate's Bay|
|Dogline sculpture. This sculpture by Ruth Waterhouse and Curtis Hore commemorates the fact that during the days when Port Arthur was a penal settlement, a line of fierce, half-starved mastiffs was kept at the narrow neck of land at Eaglehawk Neck. They were chained sufficiently close to one another that no escapee could pass between them without being brought down. Coupled with the sharks that were fed in the bays on either side, they were an effective deterrent to would-be escapees.|