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One of the numerous cast iron clad bridges crossing the canal.
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Inchgreen Dry Docks, Port Glasgow

The cranes of Inchgreen surround the dry dockPrivate roads provide access to the entire siteThe concretre storage facility at Inchgreen, with James Watt Dock and the giant tankers in the background

Inchgreen Dry Docks sits in between Port Glasgow and Greenock and played a key role in the areas rise to prominence as an important centre for shipbuilding.

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Irlam Container Terminal, Irlam

Heavy machinery in operation at Irlam Container TerminalA barge sitting at the terminal waiting to be unloadedThe container terminal during a quiet period. When full, the yard is jam-packed with containers stacked upto 4 high

Irlam Container Terminal is located on the banks of the Manchester Ship Canal. This busy terminal ships over 6,000 containers a year and is a hive of activity during the week.

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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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King George V (KGV) Dock, Govan

An aerial view of KGVLooking out onto the River Clyde with the silhouettes of the cranes of KGV on the rightOn the dockside at KGV

Built in the 1930's King George V Dock is one of the main ports in Scotland. A range of cargo is stored in the warehouses that line the dockside ranging from wind mills to animal feed.

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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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Manisty Wharf, Ellesmere Port

An aerial view of Manisty Wharf, sitting on the banks of the River Mersey. The famous Mount Manisty, a strip of land created from the soil extracted when creating the canal is at the bottom of the pictureThe coal train waits to be loaded at Manisty WharfThe maze of industrial buildings at Manisty.

Manisty Wharf sits on the Manchester Ship Canal just up from Ellesmere Port. The site is home to mountains of coal and recycled glass in addition to the historic buildings which sit vacant.

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