A Walk Around Gloucester Docks 2nd May 2007.

The National Waterways Museum
A converted dockside warehouse.

 

Waterways Museum rail mounted crane
A close up of an old rail mounted crane.

 

The abandoned Johanna Lucretia
The abandoned Johanna Lucretia.

 

The Cariad in one of the dry docks
The Bristol channel pilot cutter Cariad in one of the dry docks.

 

Another view of the Cariad.
Another view of the Cariad.

 

A narrowboat under repair in one of the dry docks.
A narrowboat under repair in one of the dry docks.

 

The dry dock gates keeping the water out plus a view of the old warehouses and Gloucester Cathedral.
The dry dock gates keeping the water out plus a view of the old warehouses and Gloucester Cathedral.

 

An old and a new dock side building.
An old and a new dock side building.

 

A close up of the unusual chimney on the old building complete with weeds.
A close up of the unusual chimney on the old building complete with weeds.

 

The National Waterways Museum with some of the floating exhibits.
The National Waterways Museum with some of the floating exhibits.

 

The tug Kennet.
The tug Kennet.

 

The view of Gloucester docks from Llanthony Bridge.
The view of Gloucester docks from Llanthony Road lifting Bridge.

 

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