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Collingwood Dock, Liverpool

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Part of model at the Museum of Liverpool, showing Collingwood Dock in relation to its neighbours. River Mersey at top of picture. Connection to Leeds and Liverpool Canal through Stanley Dock
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One of the Liverpool Docks.

1848 Dock opened. Named after Cuthbert Collingwood, 1st Baron Collingwood. Designed by Jesse Hartley. Connected to Stanley Dock and Salisbury Dock.

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