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Tuesday, 12 October 2010

Imagine......

The Clock-tower returns.........an archaeological dig reveals the dock can be restored and remain open....

5 comments:

  1. perhaps the imminent development of Convoy's Wharf will be inspired by the scale and mass of the Great Storehouse of 1720 and build in a modern idiom respecting the former scale and mass.

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  2. When will there be a public access archaeological dig on the site. It would seem to be one of the most exciting sites to look at. Can the slipways become marginal land/water spaces for the swans to nest in?

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  3. Marvellous...is any of this public information or are you just sneaking out secrets? :-o

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  4. two tablespoons of wishful-thinking.......

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  5. I remember reading somewhere that the slipways as well as the dock maybe in stone so I would guess that if stone slipways are present, as for instance the slipway to the boat houses/masthouses are shown as, well, paved in Portland stone, then such marginal spaces for bird life should be possible, given the imagination and will of all concerned.

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