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[TSL] Meaning of "off the port" re:Great Britain - 1864
pjsalis@hal-pc.org on 07/04/2014

Ainsle,

I have no current ongoing research in Australia, but I'll keep this post
because it's so informative, evocative, and just plain good.

PJ, in Texas

> Just guessing with this suggestion as to 'off the port' might refer to.
In Nelson (NZ) the actual berths for ships is inside a natural several
mile long breakwater called The Boulder Bank (it's actually all boulders
swept along the coastline by the currents over many thousands of years.







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