Dover Eastern Docks (Port of Dover) :: Shared Description

Dover docks are possibly the busiest passenger port in the World. They carry 15 million passengers, 3/4 million HGVs and 120,000 buses & coaches annually. The docks have 9 berths. Four ferry companies operate out of the docks, P & O, Seafrance, Norfolk Lines and LD Lines. The docks are run by the Dover Harbour Board who were awarded their charter by James I in 1606. The docks are squeezed into land below the famous White Cliffs.
by N Chadwick
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TR3341 : Spirit of France leaving Dover by The Carlisle Kid
TR3342 : Looking over Dover Port by Oast House Archive
TR3341 : The Port of Dover by N Chadwick
TR3341 : Dover Eastern Docks by N Chadwick
TR3241 : Dover Eastern Docks and English Channel by David Dixon
TR3240 : Royal Charlotte in Dover harbour by The Carlisle Kid
TR3341 : A backlog of lorries at the docks by Stephen Craven
TR3340 : Lighthouse on the Southern Breakwater by N Chadwick
TR3341 : DFDS Seaways ship by N Chadwick
TR3341 : South Jetty, Dover Eastern Docks by N Chadwick
TR3341 : Ferry Terminal Building, Dover Eastern Docks by N Chadwick
TR3440 : The end of the Southern Breakwater by N Chadwick
TR3341 : Lorries leaving Eastern Docks by Oast House Archive
TR3341 : Berth 1, Dover Eastern Docks by N Chadwick
TR3441 : The end of the Eastern Breakwater by N Chadwick
TR3341 : Dover Eastern Docks by N Chadwick
TR3039 : North Downs Way by Oast House Archive
TR3241 : Port of Dover by Oast House Archive
TR3341 : Pride of Burgundy entering Dover by The Carlisle Kid
TR3341 : Dover 2 & 3 by N Chadwick
TR3341 : Eastern Docks, Dover by Oast House Archive
TR3341 : Leaving Berth 6, Dover Eastern Docks by N Chadwick
TR3341 : Ferry Berlioz leaving Dover by The Carlisle Kid
TR3441 : Dover Eastern Breakwater by N Chadwick
TR3341 : Eastern Docks, Dover by Oast House Archive

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Created: Thu, 8 Apr 2010, Updated: Fri, 2 Dec 2011

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