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Graving Docks, and Engineering Co., Limited.
No. 1 GRAVING DOCK. Length 324 feet. Width 70 feet. Entrance Gates 45 feet. Depth of Water at Ordinary Spring Tides 20 feet.
No. 2 GRAVING DOCK. Length 420 feet. Width 105 feet. Entrance Gates 52 feet. Depth of Water at Ordinary Spring Tides 26 feet.
This Dock will accommodate two vessels, alongside each other, 390 feet long. The centre blocks will take a ship 420 feet long.
Inner gates retain water to a depth of 20 feet (on blocks) when necessary.
ENGINEERS, Boiler Makers and Ships' Smiths, Brass & Iron Founders
PROPELLERS CAST UP TO 12 TONS.
Ship Builders in Wood and Iron.
MACHINERY AND PLANT OF THE NEWEST AND BEST DESCRIPTION, DESICNED
TO EXECUTE WORK QUICKLY AND ECONOMICALLY.
STEAM SAW MILL S.
ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK,
Vessels can lie alongside the Company's Premises while undergoing Repairs.
TYLOR'S MERTHYR SMOKELESS
STEAM COAL. , A. TYLOR & CO., LIMITED,
Proprietors and Shippers, CARDIFF.
Oriental Steamship Navigation Co., Royal Mail Steamship Co.,' Cie G Transatlántique, White Star, and La Compania Trasatlántica Lines of Steamers, and other principal Steamship Companies, the Great Indian Peninsular Railway Co., Chemins de fer de l'Ouest, &c., &c., and supplied at most Foreign Coaling Stations.
“Tylor's Merthyr" is shipped principally at the following Ports :-
Telegraphic Aditress--"ATILORCO, CARDIFE."
OCEAN (MERTHYR) STEAM COAL
The OCEAN COAL CO., Ltd.,
11, Bute Crescent, CARDIFF.
Upwards of One Million-and-a-Half Tons
This Coal is unrivalled for Steam Navigation and Railway purposes.
It is well known in all the Markets of the world for ECONOMY IN CONSUMPTION, ITS PURITY, AND DURABILITY. The Ocean Coal Company, Limited, have the largest unworked area
of the celebrated Four Feet Seam of coal in South Wales.
THE GRAIGOLA MERTHYR COMPANY, Ltd.,
GRAIGOLA MERTHYR" PATENT FUEL
(LOCOMOTIVE BRAND), COLLIERY PROPRIETORS, COAL SHIPPERS, &c.
Telegraphic Address : “GRAIGOLA," SWANSEA.
PACIFIC FUEL WORKS,
PRINCE OF WALES DOCK,
SWANSEA, Manufacturers and Shippers of STEAM and
STEAMERS OF ANY SIZE LOADED WITH EVERY DESPATCH,
Apply to W. WESTLAKE, Low Level Haulage Co.
Contractors to the Swansea Harbour Board and Principal
Railways of the Port. STEYEDORES, SHIPS' AGENTS, AND GENERAL HAULIERS BY
ROAD, RAIL, AND CANAL. Ships Loaded, Bunkered, Discharged, & lightened on very advantageous terms.
LOCOMOTIVES, STEAM BARCES, AND LICHTERS ON HIRE.
Designs, Plans, Drawings, Specifications, and Estimates carefully prepared for every description and class of Steamships
and Sailing Vessels throughout.
Valuations, Collision and Damage Surveys made.
CORRESPONDENCE IN ALL LANGUAGES INVITED.
French, German, Spanish, and Italian TECHNICALLY spoken.
Special Inclusive Contracts for Transporting Ships to
any part of the world.
Contractors for the Building, Sale, or Purchase of Vessels, also New and Secondhand Machinery, Boilers,
&c., of every description.
36, MOUNTSTUART SQUARE, BUTE DOCKS,
PENARTH DOCK AND HARBOUR.
PORT OF CARDIFF.
Water Neap Tides.
Depth of Water Depth of Water
Feet. 400 330
25 Being a Tidal Dock, the gates can be all thrown open at high water from Sea to Dock for the ingress or egress of Shipping, thereby avoiding the great delay usually caused at other Docks by locking through.
There are fourteen coal tips in the Dock, and two in the basin for steamers of the largest dimensions. All the fourteen tips are on the high level; each is capable of shipping 150 tons per hour. The tips appropriated to large steamers are capable of shipping 300 tons per hour. Every provision has been made for shipping coal with the least possible breakage, with the greatest despatch, and at the minimum charge. There are sufficient cranes worked by hydraulic power for the discharge of ballast, iron ore, &c.; the same power is applied to the opening and closing, of the dock gates, and for other purposes applicable to affording convenience and facilities in working the Dock, also in discharging, loading, and despatching vessels.
In addition to these considerations, it may be stated that from the depth of water in this Dock it is able to accommodate the largest class of ships. PENARTH TIDAL HARBOUR.
feet. Length, measuring along the centre of the river
13,000 Frontage of Cardiff side, belonging to the Penarth Dock, Harbour and Railway Company,
12,000 Frontage on Penarth side, belonging to the Penarth Dock, Harbour and Railway Company
15,000 Average width at Water Line at High Water for the first reach of the river, 600 feet ; length, 4,000 ; area, 55 acres.
Average width at Water Line in the same reach when the depth of Water is 15 feet, 280 feet; area, 26 acres.
Number of staiths for the shipment of coal, 10; room for 6 more. Each staith is capable of shipping 150 tons per hour.
Depth of Water in the Berths at High Water, ordinary spring tides, 30 feet. Depth of Water in the Berths at High Water, ordinary neap tides, 20 feet. Vessels up to 800 tons burthen take the ground, and are loaded with safety and despatch in this Harbour.
The maximum run of the tide is at the rate of about 2 knots per hour. Three Cranes for unloading Ballast and Iron Ore, each capable of unloading 50 tons per hour.
GENERAL INFORMATIOX.—This Dock and Harbour are, by the Taff Vale Railway and Rhymne y Railway, in direct communication with the extensive coal fields of Glamorganshire and Monmouthshirr, whenes coals may be conveyed direct to this place of shipment. Communication by London and North Western, Grent Westera, and Midland Railwnys, is also afforded to all parts of the kingdom, Special arrangements have been made for the conveyance, from Liverpool and other large depots, of ships' stores which can be taken on the same trucks throughout, and direct to the ship's side. Regular communication is established by Railway Steamers
and Omnibuses between Cardiff Docks, the town of Cardiff, and Penarth Dock and Harbour.
Telegrams may be went from the Penarth Dock and Harbour to all parts of the Kingdom,
Further information may be obtained from the Secretary of the Taft Vale Railway Company, Cardiff or of the Coliector at the Offices, Petarth Dock Head.
Dock Master ".. WALTER NORRAY PENGELLEY.) Ofices at Penarth