The Tidal River Trent
- River Trent
- Cromwell Lock to Carlton Beck
- Carlton Beck to the Fleet
- High Marnham to Dunham Bridge
- Dunham Bridge to Torksey Lock
- Trent Port to West Burton Power Station
- West Burton Power Station to Gainsborough
- Morton to Chesterfield Canal
- River Idle to West Stockwith
- Susworth to Burrington and M180 Trent Bridge
- Keady Bridge to Gunness Wharf
- Keadby Lock
- Flixborough Wharf
- Flixborough to Burton Stather
- Kingsferry Wharf
- Trent Falls and Trent Mouth
Grove Wharf and Neap House Wharf offer eleven berths of up to 100m with 5.5m draft allowing capacity to 4500tons.
Flixborough Wharf offers two berths of up to 100m with 5.5m draft. The overhead crane will handle lifts up to 35 tons and a dedicated steel handling terminal allows access to the rail network.
Kingsferry Wharf can handle vessels up to 61m and has the deepest draft on the River Trent The Romans had a wharf at Burton Stather for the grain trade and the port had a royal charter in the 14th century. It was a port for transhipment of timber from Sherwood Forest for the London shipyards but now receives imported timber.
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