Why was Cardiff docks called Cardiff docks?

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Cardiff Docks is a port in southern Cardiff, Wales. ... Newport Docks; Pembroke Dock; Port of Port Talbot; Swansea Docks; Scotland: Glasgow Harbour; Forth ...
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Cardiff Bay, docks and Tiger Bay, Cardiff, ... The growing traffic led to the 200ft wide Bute West Dock being opened by the 2nd Marquess of Bute in 1839, ...
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Cardiff Bay Walk Once the largest ... and the Roath Dock (1887). The last of Cardiff's five docks, ... Why on the commemorative nameplate is there an 's' after
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Cardiff Bay Barrage; ... Extending from Penarth headland to Cardiff Docks, ... Cardiff Bay Barrage Cardiff CF64 1TT Wales.
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A BRIEF HISTORY OF CARDIFF, ... friars in Cardiff. The Dominicans were called black friars ... by Roath Dock in 1887. The railway reached Cardiff in ...
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... bleak walk past the still working Cardiff Docks. ... why Cardiff Bay is so ... off dock is just soul destroying and why couldn't it been turned ...
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