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Tony Crompton



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Phillips Dock to Teesport
· Date: Tue, 5 October 10 · Views: 256
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Tony Crompton

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Tue, 5 October 10 10:40

This shows Redcar Wharf , the Blast Furnace, and Steelworks that has recently been in the news due to its closure and hopefully reopening next year.

The very large sheds in the centre are ,I believe, distribution centres for Asda and Tesco (after my time on the river !)

The "Creek" at the bottom by Phillips Dock is the entrance to the "Snook" channel where the "Ghost Ships" and "Clemenceau" were broken up. Possibly others will remember it from going to Graythorpe Dry Dock.
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Tue, 5 October 10 16:23

Discharged Naphtha a few times at Phillips North Tees jetty in the 80s. In the 60s it was loading railway iron and fertiliser at Lackenby Dock. (Is that it top right ?)

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Tony Crompton

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Tue, 5 October 10 17:23

That is Lackenby Dock Hugh, though usually known as "Tees Dock"

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