EPW001398 ENGLAND (1920). Tilbury Docks, Tilbury, 1920

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Delweddau cyfagos (29)

EPW001398
  0° 0m
EAW028812
  329° 19m
EPW032810
  113° 79m
EPW017646
  95° 90m
EPW018636
  136° 91m
EPW006261
  185° 96m
EPW032812
  9° 98m
EPW032807
  15° 104m
EAW028808
  329° 105m
EPW032809
  239° 125m
EPW032804
  11° 128m
EPW032811
  13° 132m
EPW044211
  179° 141m
EPW044220
  57° 149m
EAW028813
  218° 153m
EPW018637
  47° 157m
EPW032808
  13° 167m
EPW001396
  38° 178m
EPW032802
  15° 188m
EPW044221
  312° 190m
EAW028809
  209° 198m
EPW001397
  348° 213m
EAW020324
  340° 216m
EAW028810
  189° 221m
EPR000361
  334° 267m
EAW002338
  331° 268m
EPW044214
  226° 285m
EPR000362
  141° 317m
EAW042098
  136° 341m

Manylion

Pennawd [EPW001398] Tilbury Docks, Tilbury, 1920
Cyfeirnod EPW001398
Dyddiad 7-June-1920
Dolen
Enw lle TILBURY
Plwyf
Ardal
Gwlad ENGLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 563493, 175770
Hydred / Lledred 0.35352262205684, 51.45677738605
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol TQ635758

Pinnau

Thames Sailing Barge.

BigglesH
Wednesday 10th of April 2013 06:31:46 PM
I asked people in the port what this structure was. They were unable to find any records / plans related to it. By 1928 (building of new Locks) the structure was gone. Judging by what appears to be water to the far right of it in the picture, I am wondering if someone was trying to dig out what became the longest 'branch' (built 1962-9) of the docks.

BigglesH
Wednesday 10th of April 2013 06:30:17 PM
Known locally as "The Hairpin bridge".

BigglesH
Friday 31st of August 2012 05:20:48 PM
For many years the Hairpin Bridge was the main route to cross the railway from the "town" side, taking heavy loads etc. Since the 1980's (and probably before that) the bridge has been declared unsafe for motor vehicles and only pedestrian traffic has been allowed on it.

BigglesH
Wednesday 10th of April 2013 06:09:51 PM