Dry Dock, Goole, East Riding of Yorkshire
This dry dock was under construction in 1835 and completed by 1841. It is rectangular with a tapering end. It is approximately 80 x 20 metres and 7 metres in depth. The sides are stepped except at one end. The floor is part stone and part concrete. There is a hydraulic floating gate to empty and fill the dock with water. Dry docks are used for building or repairing boats.