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2 edition of estuarine clays at the new Alexandra Dock, Belfast found in the catalog.

estuarine clays at the new Alexandra Dock, Belfast

R. Lloyd Praeger

estuarine clays at the new Alexandra Dock, Belfast

with list of fossils.

by R. Lloyd Praeger

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Published in Belfast .
Written in English


Edition Notes

From Proceedings of the Belfast Naturalists" Field Club. Appendix, 1886-1887.

The Physical Object
Pagination(ii), p.p. 29-51 :
Number of Pages51
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19803093M

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Estuarine clays at the new Alexandra Dock, Belfast by R. Lloyd Praeger Download PDF EPUB FB2

Belfast is built on thick deposits of post-glacia lage, and the deep and wide excavations made from time to time in the con struction of new docks, have afforded golden opportunities for their investigation-opportunities which have not been al together neglected.

We will take a typical section from the Alexandra Dock Works' (fig. 2).~~~~ e.a. the clay, as well as the glacial deposits below, are described in detail, and an attempt is made to identify all the fossils dis covered, vegetable as well as animal.

The paper lists species and varieties discovered fossil in the Belfast estuarine clays. The depth of water when the Thracia convexa clay was deposited is estimated at 30 to The Titanic Walkway, Belfast. A pedestrian path in part of the Titanic Quarter not previously accessible to the public. Built in accordance with the following planning permissions: Z///F (approved 9 March ) “Construction of a new pedestrian walkway along Victoria Wharf linking Titanic Slipway to Alexandra Dock.

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The following year the NER submitted a Bill for a new dock east of Alexandra, jointly with the HBR, including new connecting rail lines —this was passed as the Hull Joint Dock Act, [] The two companies estimated () the cost of the development at £1, of which the dock and lock were estimated at £1,; the scheme was.

Belfast Shipbuilding, from Belfast book Story of Belfast and Its Surroundings' by Mary Lowry, circa Imagine William Ritchie standing on the Alexandra Dock, provides invaluable eyewitness testimony to the trauma and tragedy that many emigrants had to face en route to their new lives in Canada and America.

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In the yeara great advance was made when a new graving-dock was opened to receive vessels. It was capable of containing three vessels of two hundred tons each. At spring tides there were nine feet of water, and it was constructed by the Ballast Corporation at a cost of £6, The Belfast Harbour Commissioners were formed in the year The Port of Grimsby is located on the south bank of the Humber Estuary at Grimsby in North East trade out of Grimsby dates to at least the medieval period.

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