Thursday, September 11, 2008

Gdansk Port

Canon 30D | EFS 17-85@61 | 1/100s | f/9.0 | ISO 500

The Gdansk Port is one of the biggest on the Baltic Sea. It's made up of two parts, Inner and Exterior Port. The Inner Port consists of a ferry port, container terminal, phosphates terminal, sulfur terminal and a fruit handling terminal. The port infrastructure also allows the handling of specialized cargo such as grain, fertilizer, lumber, steel, ore and containers. It can also service vessels.

The Exterior Port consists of a coal terminal, a liquefied petroleum gas terminal, and a Naftoport. The Naftoport has terminals that deal with crude oil, heating oils and fuels.

You can see the port stretch into the horizon. It is truly massive.

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