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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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While the game was competitive, proceedings were much more onesided as Staithes warmed up with a convincing 8-1 win against Hinderwell.
Now residents of Staithes will be able to access 10 bikes for free to go all over Newcastle and Gateshead.
He is passing his passion for the massive dock on through The Life of the Dunston Staithes.
The Life of the Dunston Staithes charts its transformation from 1890 when it was used for loading coal into steamers, to the site for the Gateshead National Garden Festival 1990 and the present-day eco-friendly housing development.
The Tyne & Wear Buildings Preservation Trust, which owns the staithes, has appointed engineers to assess the damage and draw up a restoration scheme.
Staithes dominated the second half for spells but their best efforts were thwarted by Tobi Fergus in the Lealholm goal.
Staithes South Bank is a development of almost 700 homes in Gateshead.
It also went to penalties as Lealholm hosted league rivals Staithes.
The generations and families that worked on the Staithes (mine included) just because he has not got a nice view from his window he seems to be against it.
The only other game saw Redcar Newmarket take a 25th minute lead through Joe McBride when visiting Staithes Athletic.
Dunston Staithes, which stands in the River Tyne at Gateshead, is open to the public this weekend, with the first visitors welcomed on Friday for tours.
Let's instead describe the seaside village of Staithes as perhaps a secret emerald or undiscovered diamond.
When the line had gone taut I thought I'd once again got it caught on a shipwreck four miles off the North Yorkshire coast at Staithes.
STAITHES residents are being invited to vote for a new design to replace the ageing Captain Cook sign at the entrance to the village.