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Report - Collingwood Dock, Liverpool - June 2010

Jimmy

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28DL Full Member
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Solo.

Collingwood Dock, like the previously reported Stanley Dock, is located on the River Mersey and forms part of the Port of Liverpool. Both docks also share the same designer as Jesse Hartley created both Stanley Dock and Collingwood Dock, with its opening in 1848.

Collingwood Dock is situated in the northern dock system in Vauxhall, Liverpool and connects to both Stanley Dock in the east and Salisbury Dock to the west. Having a bascule road bridge connecting Collingwood Dock and Stanley Dock together, Collingwood is the blander of the two as there is not as much information on this dock as it's sister however, I do not doubt for one moment that they are both equally rich in the history of the Liverpool Dockland.

Now lying disused, Collingwood Dock is in great condition none the less with views of the City Centre and the Victoria 6 Face Clock Tower in sight, this is a perfect visit on a hot summer's afternoon.

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Cheers for looking :thumb
 

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