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Report - Hull - Abandoned WW2 Fishing Docks

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by PatGleesonPhotography, Jan 31, 2007.

  1. PatGleesonPhotography


    Ive made around three visits now for work to contribute to my exams. Its pretty dangerous and you have to keep to the areas of concrete because most of the wooden decking is rotten or unsafe. Its situated about 20 minutes away from the deep if your on foot and is just before you reach the p&O ferry terminal. Its amazing its still standing.

    Oh and this is my first post on here so hello. i have a webpage its www.myspace.com/patgleesonphotography add me if you wana

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    Pat x :thumb

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  2. dweeb

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    Oct 20, 2005
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    Yep! Page on my site here http://www.lightingthedarkness.co.uk/Alan Theowall, Hull.htm

    What do you know of the dock mate? I was under the impression it is much older than WW2, and I would be suprised if it was used in the fishing industry. But the Maritime museum knew nothing as usual :rolleyes:

    Where is your sense of adventure man??!

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