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Berwick Harbour.

Berwick is the most northerly port and town in England.

The main dock is Tweed Dock at Tweedmouth on the south side of the River which handles cargo, including timber and has been upgraded in recent years.

The quays at Berwick were once busy with fishing boats and also housed a small shipyard, but are now used only by a few small boats.

Further downstream at Tweedmouth there is a pier where the lifeboat is Stationed and this was once used extensively by fishing boats.

Berwick Quay

Berwick Quay

Two views of Berwick Quay.

 

Tweedmouth Dock

Tweedmouth Dock

Tweedmouth Dock

Tweedmouth Dock

Tweedmouth Dock

Some views of Tweed Dock with timber stacked on the quayside awaiting a ship.

 

Tweedmouth Dock

Cargo ship in Tweed Dock.

 

Tweed Dock seen from the roadside.

Tweed Dock seen from the roadside.

Tweed Dock seen from the roadside.

Tweed Dock seen from the roadside.

Tweed Dock seen from the roadside.

Tweed Dock seen from the roadside.

Tweed Dock seen from the roadside.

Views of Tweed Dock taken from the road outside the entrance.

 

Ship leaving River Tweed.

Cargo Ship leaving River Tweed.


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