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PIERMASTERS HOUSE

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Piermaster's House, Albert Dock, built 1852-3, of brick with stone dressings and a slate roof. The three storey house is the sole survivor of three piermaster's houses and over forty dock 'residences' that existed on the Dock Estate; the other three piermaster's houses were destroyed during the May Blitz of 1941. The house was restored 1983-4 by Brock Carmichael Associates to its appearance of circa 1910, for the National Maritime Museum

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