T2573 : The "Tredagh" at Arklow (1988)

taken 30 years ago, near to An Tinbhear Mor and Ferrybank, Wicklow, Ireland

The "Tredagh" at Arklow (1988)
The "Tredagh" at Arklow (1988)
Arklow harbour has the disadvantage of having sandy beaches to the north and south and an unpredictable bar, near the mouth of the Avoca, which can move without warning. It is also unusual, in Ireland, in having only about a metre variation between high and low water LinkExternal link. The “Tredagh” was a suction dredger used to dredge the harbour and surrounding area. She was replaced by the grab dredger “Breckland” T2572 : The "Breckland" at Arklow (1993) and is believed to have been sold for commercial sand dredging on Lough Neagh. The North Quay (background) has since been redeveloped.
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Date Taken
Monday, 11 July, 1988   (more nearby)
Tuesday, 26 February, 2013
Geographical Context
Rivers, Streams, Drainage  City, Town centre  Docks, Harbours 
Subject Location
Irish: geotagged! T 251 730 [100m precision]
WGS84: 52:47.6579N 6:8.7344W
Camera Location
Irish: geotagged! T 251 730
View Direction
North-northeast (about 22 degrees)
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Arklow  Arklow Harbour  River  River Avoca  Boat  Dredger  Dredging  Tidal Variation 

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