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Abandoned Tilbury Cement Co.
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Abandoned cement silo's on Harbor Island in Seattle, WA. Wharf formerly was used for receipt of bulk cement by self-unloading barges. Plant was equipped to supply bulk cement to trucks at two truck-loading stations, each equipped with scale and one spout. One 8-inch pneumatic pipeline extended from wharf to four cement storage silos at rear; total capacity 7,400 tons. At time of survey (2002), pipeline was blanked and storage silos emptied. http://seaport.findthedata.org/l/4137/Tilbury-Cement-Co-Harbor-Island-Terminal-Wharf
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Uploaded: 13/12/2013
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