Looking down on the harbour at Douglas on the Isle Of Man, taken in the summer of 1968 taken from Fort Anne Road by my grandmother. The ship at the harbour wall was operated by the Isle Of Man Steam Packet Company (as is the one on the Street View image below).
The building with the spire to the left of the harbour is the Isle Of Man Sea Terminal, built in 1965. When this photo was taken, the circular structure with the spire was the Crow’s Nest Restaurant, but today it it used by harbour control.
The structure in the sea behind the harbour wall is the Tower Of Refuge, located on St Mary’s Isle.