docks and ports

'docks and ports' can also refer to...

docks and ports

docks and ports

Dublin Port and Docks Board

Trelawny, Ian Clarence (1917-1998), docks manager and port consultant

Port Automation and Control of the Dock Labor Process

STONEY, Bindon Blood (1828 - 1909), engineer Dublin Port and Docks Board (retired)

Michael D. Thompson. Working on the Dock of the Bay: Labor and Enterprise in an Antebellum Southern Port.

GREENHOUGH, Frederick Harry (1871 - 1953), late Deputy General Manager and Chief Engineer, Nigerian Railways and Collieries (retd); Principal Engineering Work, Port Talbot Docks, Vera Cruz Harbour, Mexican Govt, Admiralty Harbours Dover and Malta; Arapuni Hydro Electric development, New Zealand Govt, and various railways; Grimsby New Fish Dock Harbours at St Helier’s, Jersey, and Famagusta, Cyprus

STRINGER, Donald Arthur (1922 - 2000), Deputy Chairman, Associated British Ports (formerly British Transport Docks Board), 1982–85 (Member, 1969–85; Deputy Managing Director, 1967–71 and 1978–82; Joint Managing Director, 1982–85)

DOVE, Clifford (Alfred) (1904 - 1988), Chairman, British Transport Docks Board, 1970–71; Director-General and Member, Mersey Docks and Harbour Board, Liverpool, 1965–69 (General Manager, 1962); Member: National Ports Council, 1967–71; Council Institute of Transport, 1963–66 (Vice-President, 1964–65); Chairman Merseyside and District Section, Institute of Transport, 1964–65; Council, Dock and Harbour Authorities Assoc., 1970–71 (Executive Committee, 1962–69, Chairman, 1965–67, Vice-President, 1971)

FIELD, William (1848 - 1935), Ex-President National Meat Traders’ Federation; Hon. President Irish Cattle Traders’ and Stockowners’ Association; Chairman Blackrock Technical Education Committee; Director Meat Trade Journal and Hibernian Fire and General Insurance Co.; Member Blackrock Urban District Council; Dublin Port and Docks Board; Governor Royal Veterinary College, Dublin

FITZMAURICE, Maurice (1861 - 1924), Consulting Engineer; member of firm of Coode, Fitzmaurice, Wilson & Mitchell, Consulting Engineers for Harbours to the Crown Agents for the Colonies; Consulting Engineers for Harbours and Docks at Singapore, Colombo, Hong-Kong, Lagos, and other ports; Chief Engineers of the National Harbours at Dover and Peterhead; Consulting Engineers to the Sudan Government for Blue Nile Irrigation Works; Chief Engineer to the London County Council, 1901–12


More Like This

Show all results sharing this subject:

  • British History


Show Summary Details

Quick Reference

Points of transshipment for goods and passengers at the coast or on inland waterways. Up to c.1700, Britain's ports had been largely natural coastal or riverside sites, sometimes with quays ...

Subjects: British History.

Reference entries

Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. Please, subscribe or login to access all content.