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Encyclopedia > River port
For other uses, see Port (disambiguation).

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Port - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (413 words)
A fishing port is a type of port or harbor facility particularly suitable for landing and distributing fish.
A dry port is a term sometimes used to describe a yard used to place containers or conventional bulk cargo, usually connected to a seaport by rail or road.
The presence of deep water in channels or berths, the provision of protection from the wind, waves and storm surges and access to intermodal transportation such as trains or trucks are critical to the functioning of seaports and river ports.
Welcome to Port Allen! (386 words)
Port Allen is strategically located between Interstate 10 and US Highway 190 on the west bank of the Mississippi River.
Port Allen is the governmental center of West Baton Rouge Parish, and offers many goods and services to its residents and others located outside rural areas of the parish.
Port Allen is serviced by Interstate 10 and US Highway 190, both of which intersect with LA Highways 1 and 415.
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