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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 body was spotted by members of the public at the base of cliffs half a mile from Staithes on rocks below Cowbar Lane.
The RNLI said: "The RNLI, and in particular the volunteers of Staithes and Runswick Lifeboat Station, would like to share their condolences."
A North Yorkshire Police spokesman said: "North Yorkshire Police were contacted at 4.47pm to reports of a rock fall at Seaton Garth in Staithes, in which a nine-year-old girl had received serious head injuries.
In a statement, the Staithes and Runswick RNLI said that one volunteer had swam ashore to ensure the family stayed above the rising tide.
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.
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.
The body was found half a mile from Staithes on rocks below Cowbar Lane.
One of the aims of the project is to raise the profile of the staithes, a scheduled monument, from which up to 5.5 millon tonnes of coal a year were loaded on to collier ships for export.
The North Eastern Railway Company began the construction of Dunston Staithes in 1890, with the first opening in 1893 and the second a decade later.
Wolfgang, professor of contemporary sculpture at Newcastle University, has designed a nine-metre high cone with a six-metre base which is going up on top of the listed Dunston Staithes in Gateshead.
STAITHES has been named one of the country's most attractive seaside villages.
Work is now under way at Dunston staithes on the Gateshead riverside as the first move in a PS450,000 restoration programme.
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.
AN 83-year-old man with "multiple injuries" was taken to hospital after falling 30ft down a steep riverbank at Staithes.