Part Four of the route of the new canal link. (Back to Part Three.)
Looking east across Canning Half Tide Dock towards Canning Dock. The link would emerge into Canning Dock. Access to Albert Dock is off to the right.
Looking south across Canning Half Tide Dock towards the entrance into Albert Dock.
Albert Dock, looking north to the route from Canning Half Tide Dock, with the Three Graces beyond. This will be a prime destination for boaters using the new link, along with Salthouse Dock.
Looking eastwards across Albert Dock to the link through to Salthouse Dock.
Looking north across Salthouse Dock. Albert Dock is behind the warehouses to the left.
Looking south across Salthouse Dock. The entrance from Albert Dock is half way along on the right and the entrance onwards to Wapping and Queens Docks is in the distance. There are mooring pontoons along the dock wall on the left.
South of Salthouse Dock is Wapping Basin, with Wapping Dock ahead and Dukes Dock to the right. It is not known whether canal boats will be allowed to proceed beyond Salthouse Basin.
Wapping Dock, with the entrance to Queens Dock in the distance. To the right was the Kings Dock, now infilled, where a conference and exhibition hall is being built, together with retail and residential properties. Wapping Dock Warehouse, on the left, has now been converted into apartments. Beyond Queens Dock lie Coburg and Brunswick Docks, now Liverpool Marina, where there are extensive moorings for yachts and cruisers.