Nearby, at the Beard Street Warehouses, pier Glass was nearly washed away.
A friend ran down the pier, dived overboard and pulled him out; but the silk hat floated off with the tide.
Group shows outnumber solo presentations, both here and on pier 92.
Not only modern, pier 92 also packs a punch with some works fresh out of the studio.
The river smelled faintly briny as waves brushed up against the pier.
One afternoon he made his way to the pier at which the Albany boats landed.
Hope came down on the pier to Malbone, who was looking at the boats.
He went out on the pier with the others, but remained in the rear.
On the south side of the pier a man had just tied up a motor-boat.
Mimico climbed from the lighter to the pier and made ready to receive them.
mid-12c., "support of a span of a bridge," from Medieval Latin pera, of unknown origin, perhaps from Old North French pire "a breakwater," from Vulgar Latin *petricus, from Latin petra "rock" (see petrous), but OED is against this. Meaning "solid structure in a harbor, used as a landing place for vessels," is attested from mid-15c.