Mardyke Wharf

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Mardyke Wharf was constructed in 1859.

Madyke Wharf SS Descado from Ferry South 1880s R W
SS Descado from Ferry South 1880s – Reece Winstone
Four masted barque Wanderer passes Mardyke wharf c 1900 – Bristol Museums York Collection 4661
PBAN3406, c1910 by A.R. Clifford – view of Mardyke from Lime Kiln dock with (l to r) training vessel HMS Daedalus, SV Orealla and barque Silverstream
PBAN4113, Vessels Minnie Swift and The Gadget moored at Mardyke Wharf.
Mardyke Ferry c1912
Mardyke Ferry c1912
Mardyke Ferry Landing 1912
Mardyke Ferry Landing Stage 1912
Charles Hill, Albion Yard  launch of Dumra in 1922 went spectacularly wrong damaging Mardyke Wharf and the railway lines – Bristol Museums MHC 33
PBAN2527Mardyke ferry Brandon with HMS Flying Fox, Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve HQ, on the Hotwells side. 14th February 1961.
Mardyke Ferry Landing – June 1978 – Jane Fewtrell
Mardyke Ferry Landing North
Mardyke Ferry Landing North
Mardyke Wharf c1925
Mardyke Wharf c1925
PBA1631 HMS Locust for RNVR at Mardyke Wharf. Oct. ‘51
Medway Queen at Mardyke Wharf
Medway Queen at Mardyke Wharf after refit at Albion Yard
Balmoral arriving at her summer berth 15thMay 2019. Photo by Maggie Urquhart

MV Balmoral