dock gates

Translations

dock gates

plHafeneingang m; (in water) → Docktor nt
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Let himself be knocked down by a pair horse van while crossing the road outside the dock gate, as if he had neither eyes nor ears.
Officers pursued a white Audi along The Strand before stopping it on George's Dock Gates, by the Liver Building, moments after it was reportedly driven away from the scene of the crash.
It was expected the dock gates would be floated into position at the end of the month.
Obsolete destroyer HMS Campbeltown, crammed with delayed action explosives, deliberately rammed into the dock gates.
Obsolete destroyer HMS Campbeltown, crammed with delayed action explosives, deliberately rammed into the dock gates. Hours later, the arsenal exploded, crippling St Nazaire for the rest of the war.
HMS Campbeltown, an old destroyer that had been packed with delayed action explosives, was rammed into the dock gates and exploded, putting the dock out of service for the rest of the war.
This will be one of the final times you can see all three Giants together, as they wake up from their evening sleep on Clarence Dock and leave via King Edward Street, onto George's Dock Gates and onto The Strand.
3.30pm - 5.45pm (approx) Wake up at Mann Island, continue onto Canada Boulevard, Water Street, The Strand before making a u-turn returning onto The Strand, George's Dock Gates where all Giants meet and continue onto New Quay, Bath Street, Waterloo Road and Clarence Dock for their evening sleep.
Access to the area inside the dock gates won't be available until 1pm as only 30 vehicles will be allowed in car share is essential for the event.