Site of former Bute West Dock Bute West Dock was filled-in in the late 1960s. Part of its location is now a park, and various bits of maritime heritage remain, including this section of iron pipe.
Giant mixer! A over-size food mixer, on Working Street in Cardiff, placed there to celebrate the opening of the new city-centre John Lewis store.
|Title||Pink Hut Tanker Bro Galaxy approaches the entrance to Cardiff Docks, passing the Pink Hut and anglers on the Cardiff Barrage breakwater.|
|Photo's author||Gareth James User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||1 Sep 2009 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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Pink Hut Tanker Bro Galaxy approaches the entrance to Cardiff Docks, passing the Pink Hut and anglers on the Cardiff Barrage breakwater.
Mor Hafren o Argae Caerdydd/Bristol Channel
Passing the time
UKD Bluefin off Cardiff Bay Barrage
The Pink Hut, Cardiff Barrage Situated on the breakwater on the seaward side of the Cardiff Barrage, the Pink Hut is used by local yacht clubs to start and control races in the estuary.
Boats at Cardiff Bay lock. Penarth Head in the background.
Freighter passing the Cardiff Bay Barrage
Sospan Dau off Penarth Head
Barrage Control, Paget Road, Cardiff Bay, Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan, Wales, CF64, United Kingdom osm
|Street address||Paget Road|
|County||Vale of Glamorgan|