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    Thumbs up Albert Dock 1980s Picture

    Amazing image I'm sure you'll agree.

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    Why did they get rid of some of the buidings when they refurbished It? I can see theres some non existant houses like one near west entrance.
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    The Port building has scaffolding around it, in the far right corner,it must be a 25 year cleaning contract.
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    A very dry dock
    Oh as I was young and easy in the mercy of his means,
    Time held me green and dying
    Though I sang in my chains like the sea.

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    I remember going to the Maritime museum witht the school back then and there was a capstan we used to pull a boat in a bit.

    There was also a dry dock which seemed soooooo deep. ok, I was only about 9 when I went. Any idea which dock it would have been ?

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    Great pic Kev and just how I remember it in the 1970s when we used to throw rocks into the mud and watch them slowly become engulfed in mud and sink. So simple pleasures back then.
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