landing stage


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landing stage

[′land·iŋ ‚stāj]
(civil engineering)
A platform, usually floating and attached to the shore, for the discharge and embarkation of passengers, freight, and so on.
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The Isle of Man landing stage would be moved from its location at Princes Dock, overlooked by the Royal Liver Building, to make way for the proposed new city cruise liner terminal.
If the paddle steamer does arrive today the official landing stage opening may be held then, but Conwy Council said they are yet to confirm details.
Repairs to the landing stage depend on fair weather for it to be ready by May 31
The landing stage will also be home to Merseyside Fire and Rescue's (MFRS) river-based community fire station.
The destruction of Liverpool's Floating Landing Stage was described as a national calamity.
In 2006, the landing stage on the end of the pier became unsafe and the tradition of vessels like the Waverley and its sister ship the Balmoral visiting Llandudno was brought to an abrupt halt.
The eco-friendly landing stage boasts blue tinted glass and grey pebbles, designed to naturally reflect sunlight and keep the structure cool.
The new offshore multi-products landing stage and onshore storage terminal would guarantee security of supply of the products.
It is estimated that the south section of the landing stage will be closed for up to eight weeks.
The British and Irish victims drowned when their raft plunged into a whirlpool near the firm's landing stage on Austria's Salzach River.
A burning fogflare at the Landing Stage near the fog bell tower
MERSEYTRAVEL has never committed to an opening date for the new landing stage at the Pier Head Ferry Terminal as suggested by Tony Knifton (Ferry Annoying, April 26).