Hull. Fri 17 Feb 2017
people use the path now it is a part of the Trans-Pennine trail
Machines like this Multi-Docker have replaced traditional dockers
Albert Dock is used to train crews to work on oil rigs etc
A platform for erecting wind turbines at sea and two ferries visible
in the distance
The path goes down and alongside the Humber, but I turned back here
today. The bridge is visible at left
A wider view from more or less the same place
Looking out to sea
Back at ground level at the foot bridge by the outer lock gate
Which took me to the other side and the path out of ALbert Dock.
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