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Docks of the Mersey

Adrian Jarvis

Docks of the Mersey

by Adrian Jarvis

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Published by Ian Allan in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Liverpool (Merseyside) -- Docks, wharves, etc. -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography, p48.

    Statementproduced in association with the National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside ; Adrian Jarvis.
    ContributionsNational Museums and Galleries on Merseyside.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHE558.L5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination48p. :
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17466074M
    ISBN 100711015333

    This book looks at the development of the dock railway and the large number of locomotives that worked on it. It is now over 40 years since the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board Railway ceased to exist and, apart from the occasional magazine article or photo, nothing much of any consequence has appeared regarding this once famous dock   Owned by the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board and operated by the Liverpool Pilotage Service. Official number ,, Gross Tonnage and speed approx. 14 knots. Built in for the Liverpool Pilot service, it came out of service in and in it was apparently converted to a passenger / car ferry.

    Strategically situated ports. Welcome to Peel Ports, a unique network of strategically situated ports, hubs, terminals, shipping lines and state of the art services.. One of the UK's largest port operators with facilities in Liverpool, Clydeport, Dublin, Great Yarmouth, Heysham, London and Manchester.. At Peel Ports we apply our market insights, industry expertise, experience, . The Port of Liverpool Building (formerly Mersey Docks and Harbour Board Offices, more commonly known as the Dock Office), is a Grade II listed building located at the Pier Head. Along with the neighbouring Liver Building and Cunard Building is one of Liverpool's "Three Graces", which line the city's waterfront.

    Overshadowing the port of Chester, Liverpool grew in size from the s on sugar and slavery. Expanding over the following two centuries, the port has grown to take over part of the other side of the Mersey, with docks at Birkenhead, Ellesmere Port and Wallasey, as well as along the coast from Liverpool. The Online Books Page. No exact match for mersey docks and harbour board (liverpool, england): specification of work in the construction of river wall and dock entrances at tranmere / mersey do. Showing nearby items.


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