Two dry docks were built next to the railways at the beginning of the 20th century: one for public use and one for boats and port works. Each one had three bodies, a central one destined to engine room, and two sides for offices, utensils and staff rooms. The ornamentation combines modernist and historicist elements.
In 1989 its restoration was planned but, due to its poor state, it was chosen for the demolition and subsequent reconstruction. The new building retains the same exterior appearance as the original and is an icon of Valencian modernist architecture. It has an elegant reception, numerous rooms and a large terrace overlooking the interior dock.
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