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Cargo Ship Arklow Wind at the Port of Blyth, Northumberland.
These photos show the bulk aluminium ore carrier Arklow Wind arriving in the River Blyth and turning beside Bates Jetties before berthing at the Alcan Quay at North Blyth.
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Cargo ship Arklow Wind approaching Low Quay at Blyth.
Cargo ship Arklow Wind passing Blyth Quayside.
The ship sailing up the river past Alcan Quay.
Sailing up the river to turn around.
Ships turn around beside Bates Jetties.
Returning downstream to Alcan Quay.
Getting ready to help the ship berth.
Tying up at Alcan Quay.
Harbour Commission Boats returning after helping the ship tie up.
Gleaming in the sun under a dark sky.
Close up of the ships bridge. In the background, ore trucks are waiting for it's cargo.
Enjoying an afternoons fishing opposite the ship.
The Arklow Wind has a sister ship: the Arklow Wave