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Warehouses at Gloucester Docks

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The Warehouses at Gloucester Docks by Hugh Conway-Jones

Following the opening of the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal in 1827 Gloucester rose to become the main corn port for the south-west served by these very fine brick built warehouses. Most survive today having been converted to leisure and residential uses.

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Warehouses by the Main Dock Basin in 2010