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Liverpool Marina, Coburg Dock

The Union Half Tide Basin and Brunswick Basin first existed on the site, which were built circa.1817-23. Brunswick Basin was renamed as Coburg Dock in 1840, in honour of Prince Albert, and provided with a 70 ft (21 m)-wide river entrance. From 1842, the dock became Jesse Hartley's South Dockyard headquarters. Coburg Dock was enlarged in 1858, consuming the Union dock, and enlarged again in 1902. The river entrance fell into disuse and was subsequently sealed up. The dock was used as a repair berth and for grain discharge, having a 62,000 long tons (63,000 t) capacity grain silo. The dock closed in 1972. In 1986, the grain silo near the dock basin was demolished.

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Liverpool Marina, Coburg Dock

The Union Half Tide Basin and Brunswick Basin first existed on the site, which were built circa.1817-23. Brunswick Basin was renamed as Coburg Dock in 1840, in honour of Prince Albert, and provided with a 70 ft (21 m)-wide river entrance. From 1842, the dock became Jesse Hartley's South Dockyard headquarters. Coburg Dock was enlarged in 1858, consuming the Union dock, and enlarged again in 1902. The river entrance fell into disuse and was subsequently sealed up. The dock was used as a repair berth and for grain discharge, having a 62,000 long tons (63,000 t) capacity grain silo. The dock closed in 1972. In 1986, the grain silo near the dock basin was demolished.

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