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Tobacco Dock

Tobacco Dock, in the Port of London, was originally constructed from 1811 to 1814. This paper describes the renovation of its timber, cast iron, and brickwork, from 1986 to 1989, to form a modern ‘leisure shopping’ centre. M.A. Courtney and R.J. Matthews

Author(s): Courtney, M A;Matthews, R J

Keywords: cast iron;masonry;timber;arches;london;design;structural members;structural analysis;restoring;repairing;foundations;piles;vaults;shopping centres;warehouses;tobacco dock