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Structure Name: Tyne Commissioners Riverside Quay

'The Tyne Commission Quay, a riverside quay adjoining the Albert Edward Dock, was opened in 1928 to accommodate ships of the Bergen Line, and to provide the main UK terminal for Norwegian mail and cargo services.'
[Stafford Linsley's annotation]

Extant: Yes

Location: Royal Quays, NORTH TYNESIDE

Eastings: 435400m (view map)

Northings: 566800m (view map)

Position Accuracy: 200m

Positional Confidence: Absolute Certainty

Structure Types Identified: QUAY, QUAY CRANE, TRANSIT SHED


  • 1928   Tyne Commission Quay built at the entrance to the Albert Edward Dock.

The information displayed in this page has been derived from authoritative sources, including any referenced above. Although substantial efforts were made to verify this information, the SINE project cannot guarantee its correctness or completeness.


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Last Modified 26 March 2004
2002 SINE Project, University of Newcastle upon Tyne
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