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Synonyms for wharf

Synonyms for wharf

a platform built out from the shore into the water and supported by piles

provide with a wharf

store on a wharf

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discharge at a wharf

come into or dock at a wharf

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moor at a wharf

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The shot is from Cowbar in Staithes, hence quite distant.
Opened by the North East Railway Company in 1893, Dunston Staithes was originally responsible for transporting millions of tons of North East coal from the Tyne.
A famous son of Staithes is of course Captain Cook, and the village Heritage Centre is worth a visit.
Sean grew up in Staithes but has lived around the world, and is full of stories - the fact his boat is named after an Arthur Miller play gave an indication he wasn't the average fisherman.
Following the Cleveland Way along the cliff top section towards Staithes, Beacon Hill is prominent on our left and care is needed as we continue along the cliff top[ for almost a mile before turning left (away from the Cleveland Way) along a footpath leading towards the buildings of Cliff Farm.
I think the artwork looks great and I hope it highlights the staithes and encourages people to think about sustainability and what we do with our heritage structures," said Prof Weileder.
Meanwhile, the family is looking forward to the Staithes Arts Festival this Saturday and Sunday.
There were also staithes at Wallsend, Jarrow, Tyne Dock, Derwenthaugh, and Blyth as coal powered the North's economic boom in the early 20th century.
Restoration work is currently underway on the timbers of the fire-hit staithes, in a project by owners Tyne and Wear Building Preservation Trust, which is backed by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Emma is putting them on display in Staithes as a tribute to a little-known local tale about the elephants of Sandsend.
The staithes, which are a scheduled monument and a listed structure, played a crucial role in the transport of millions of tons of Tyneside coal, but has been hit over the years by a series of arson incidents, putting the structure at risk.
Dunston Staithes in Gateshead, which is a scheduled monument, and played a crucial role in the transport of millions of tons of Tyneside coal, has been given a grant of PS418,900 by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Staithes and Runswick RNLI's lifeboat left its annual Lifeboat Weekend festivities on Saturday when a 999 call came through at the height of the extravaganza.
It is concentrating on two former waggonway routes, one adjoining coal staithes at Jarrow and Hebburn to the Bowes railway at Springwell in Gateshead.