Immingham



/ˈɪmɪŋəm/
noun
1.
a port in NE England, in North East Lincolnshire unitary authority, Lincolnshire: docks opened in 1912, principally for the exporting of coal; now handles chiefly bulk materials, esp imported iron ore. Pop: 11 090 (2001)

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