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Ports & Canals
From historic shipbuilding yards on the Clyde and bustling UK ports to peaceful canalsides.

One of the numerous cast iron clad bridges crossing the canal.
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Central Docks, Liverpool

The central docks are a popular option for people looking for a temporary site near Liverpool's City CentreThe Central Docks (outlined in red) sit next to Stanley Docks and the famous Stanley Dock Tobacco WarehouseThe old docks with Seaforth Wind Farm in the background

A popular choice for Hollywood filmmakers, The Central Docks at Liverpool offer the chance to go back in time.

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Greenock Ocean Terminal & The Harbours, Inverclyde

A cruise liner sits on the dockside dwarfed by Greenocks cranes and the Scottish HighlandsOne of the waterfront plots at the new 'Harbours' development schemeThe new marina lies in the heart of Greenock.

Greenock Ocean Terminal and The Harbours are two sites that sit on Greenock's waterfront offering a diverse range of scenery from container yards to ocean going cruise ships.

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James Watt Dock, Inverclyde

An aerial view of James Watt DockThe sugar warehouses or 'sugar sheds' as they are known locally are over 120 years old and are currently in the process of being refurbishedThe sugar sheds have sat empty on the dockside since the 1960's

The historic James Watt Dock combines the old and the new with features such as the Sugar Warehouses of the 19th Century and the old hammerhead cranes sitting next to modern residential developments.

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Manchester Ship Canal

The Ship Canal at Easham, where it joins up the River Mersey before continuing the journey to the North SeaThe canal has a variety of backdrops along its lengthThe locks at Latchhford looking out towards the old railway viaduct

The 36 mile long Manchester Ship Canal links Manchester to the sea and played a key role in city's industrialisation. The canal passes through a range of scenery before arriving at Eastham and joining the River Mersey

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Pomona Island, Manchester

An aerial view of Pomona Island showing Dock 3, the only dock still intact. The Manchester Ship Canal (left) and the Bridgewater Canal (left) surround the land,creatiing an islandPomona Island is surrounded by a mixture of sites including residential and industrial buildings. The Metrolink runs down the southern end of the site, and adds to the urban feel of the areaA privately owned access road runs through the site, and is ideal for anyone looking to film on a closed highway with a variety of back drops

Pomona Island has a rich industrial history, forming part of the Port of Manchester. Now only one of the docks can be seen, however, it still offers the chance to film on a unique island in the middle of Manchester.

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Salford & Salford Quays

Salford Quays has changed dramatically in the last 20 years. The latest development, MediaCityUK, can be seen to the left of the picture. The striking Millenium Bridge (right) allows people to pass from Trafford into the heart of the QuaysAn aerial view looking east towards Salford Quays. The picture highlights the mix diversity that Salford has to offer, with its towering sky scrapers sitting on the waters edge surrounded by industrial unitsSalford Quays is home to a number of small office developments which can be used for filming or as a unit base

Salford Quays was one of Britains largest waterside regeneration projects and has been transformed from a former port to a modern centre home to some stunning architecture

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