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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.

Eastham Locks/Queen Elizabeth II Docks

An aerial view of Eastham locks, with two ships on the quayside at Queen Elizabeth II docksThe largest lock at Eastham leading into Queen Elizabeth II's dockLooking out from the control tower over the Mersey

Eastham Locks and Queen Elizabeth II Docks sits on the junction of the Manchester Ship Canal and River Mersey and is home to a number of locks,vessels and docks.

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Heysham Port, Lancashire

An aerial view of Heysham PortHeysham Port's  historic workshop which is still in use todayThe entrance to Heysham Port, anotoriously tricky port entrance due to strong currently. On clear days spectaclur views of the coast and peaks of the lake district are visable

The Port of Heysham is in North West England facing the Irish Sea offering superb views of the coast. The port is a hive of activity and would provide the perfect backdrop for portside filming.

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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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Medway Ports, Kent

An aerial view of the Port of SheernessThe old fort at Sheerness, with the control tower attachedInside the forts outerwalls is a small courtyard

Medway Ports owns 27 navigable miles of the River Medway in Kent, from its mouth at Sheerness to the docks at Chatham and is the Port Authority for the river and its approaches.

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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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