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Liverpool Albert Dock Entrance
England

The entrance to Albert Dock complex from The Strand. This entrance is directly opposite Chavasse Park and the Hilton hotel. The Albert Dock was one of the first areas of dockland to be redeveloped after Liverpool's docks fell into decline, mainly due to more modern work practices. Albert Dock is actually behind the "orange" coloured buildings to the south west, the expanse of water in the picture is Salthouse Dock.

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Uploaded: 13/12/2010
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Tags: liverpool; canning; dock; albert; maritime; museum; liver building; merseyside; mersey; river; redevelopment; architecture; customs; excise; halftide; seafaring
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