Definition of Quayage. Meaning of Quayage. Synonyms of Quayage

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Definition of Quayage

Quayage
Quayage Quay"age, n. [F.] Wharfage. [Also keyage.]

Meaning of Quayage from wikipedia

- the port was one of the largest dock systems in the world with a total quayage of almost 7 mi (11 km). Once the main port for the export of South Wales...
- Victoria; this new quay was 1.75 miles long, with 16,500 feet of deep water quayage. It was the largest dock in the world, the first to be electrically lit...
- The opening of the Royal Albert Dock by the L&StKDC, with its deepwater quayage, in 1880 had given access to the Thames at Gallions Reach, 11 miles (18 km)...
- only finished between 1869 and 1875, and is nearly rectangular with a quayage of 3,860 feet (1,180 m) and an area of 10.7 acres (4.3 ha). The bridge...
- modifications in technology and changes in marketing as well as the history of quayage along the Brisbane River and of the pastoral companies concerned. The place...
- in Queensland's wool industry since the 1920s as well as the history of quayage along the Brisbane River and of the pastoral companies concerned. The place...
- modifications in technology and changes in marketing as well as the history of quayage along the Brisbane River and of the pastoral company concerned. The place...
- south Wales coal. By 1907 Cardiff's docks had 11 kilometres (6.8 mi) of quayage, one of the largest dock systems in the world at that time. Cardiff's port...
- in Queensland's wool industry since the 1920s as well as the history of quayage along the Brisbane River and of the pastoral companies concerned. The place...
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