Category:Barrow Haven

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English: Barrow Haven is a hamlet and small port in North Lincolnshire, England. Site of a former ferry crossing to Hull, which now handles timber imports from Riga and Tallinn. Barrow Haven railway station is on the Barton Line. It was a convenient place for ships and boats crossing the Humber to moor away from the tidal flow. On 5 October 1541 Henry VIII, after visiting Hull with the Privy Council. crossed the river in a naval vessel and disembarked at Barrow Haven and then travelled by horseback to Thornton Abbey.
Norsk bokmål: Barrow Haven er en liten havn i North Lincolnshire, England. Havna ligger på sørbredden av elva Humber, vis a vis byen Hull. På samme stedet lå det tidligere et fergeleie for ferger over Humber til Hull. Havna håndterer nå tømmerimport fra Riga og Tallinn.


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