dock gates

Translations

dock gates

plHafeneingang m; (in water) → Docktor nt
References in classic literature ?
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.
Outside the Dock Gates, by the Merchants' Exchange, was the bus terminus and a row of huge offices belonging to well-known coal firms.
Tenders are invited for Three years rate contract for routine maintenance of dry dock gates and caissons held by ddhp department at nd mbi
The route will move in a northern direction and on to The Strand, then onto the Liverpool Waterfront and it will pass the Pier Head and run alongside the Liver Building and onto George's Dock Gates.
EdgeGard dock gates incorporate a roll-a-way folding-rail to protect wider openings than traditional dock gates, yet have minimal overhead clearance requirements.
Offered in two configurations and four opening sizes, EdgeGard dock gates increase loading dock safety.
This is the latest step in the multimillion-pound rejuvenation of the North Dock being carried out by Durham County Council and the Seaham Harbour Dock Company, which will also see retail units, the installation of pontoons, new dock gates, improvements made to the entrance on North Terrace and the refurbishment of the original lifeboat house.
Hampshire Fire and Rescue said five pumps and an aerial ladder were at the scene, between dock gates 10 and 20.
Tim Melling, senior conservation officer for the RSPB, said: "The spillage shouldn't have an enormous impact, but if the dock gates were to be opened and the oil got out into the open sea, it would have a seriously devastating effect.
He asked me if I wanted to see more of Cuba and arranged to pick me up at the dock gates.
Britain has turned her back on the nation's maritime heritage and closed the dock gates.