As it was a Sunday there was no activity in the dockyard so we were able to get a few pictures, I took mainly pattern/texture pictures.
The timber yard at Barrow Haven Dockyard.
Pallets of timber everywhere, these were all slender, staves with pointed ends.
I couldn't work out what they might be used for.
|As can be seen here, the timber came from distant places.|
|As I like to take pattern & texture pictures I found these staves interesting.|
Between two pallets is a view of Barrow Haven and the Humber Estuary in the
distance with the Humber Bridge spanning it from Barton Upon Humber across to
Hessle on the Yorkshire side.
A stand of steel shuttering, the sort you might see holding up deep road excavations
or similarly along the banks of a canal.
|Flat steel sheeting, I liked the shapes, lines & rust.|
|Mooring rope left on the quayside.|
We travelled on, along the route of the Barton to Cleethorpes
Community line to New Holland.
This weathered information board shows the route and stations along the
|No trains running on a Sunday so no danger getting down low for this shot|
Here the railway line enters New Holland Dock and Bulk Terminal area.
Even on a weekday there's no public access beyond here.
|The Humber Bulk terminal.....no access to us!|
|The moon showing in the clear blue sky.|
|A panoramic view of the New Holland Bulk Terminal.|
Olympus EM10 Mk2 + 12-100 Pro Lens.