1. George Peggs of Brightlingsea in a typical gun punt.
Used in The Northseamen page 72.
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2. Regatta committee aboard committee smack at Wivenhoe regatta about 1910. Refreshments for members visible down main hatch.
Used in The Northseamen page 79.
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3. The SUNBEAM completing her fitting out at Wivenhoe. Thought to be the SUNBEAM built 1874 for Lord Brassey, Official No. 70573, broken up 1929.
Used in The ...
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4. Harris Brothers' yacht yard at Rowhedge, 1893. A cruising yawl fitting out, alongside. The Rowhedge smack WONDER, on slipway in centre, being lengthened six ...
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5. Husk's boatyard, Wivenhoe, about 1930. From right: John Smith, Stanley Cook (foreman), extreme left James Theobald. The small boats under construction are for ...
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6. The Shipbuilder. Edward Pullen, shipwright forman at Forrestt's shipyard. Standing inside the framing of the wood steam tug PENGUIN, buit at Wivenhoe for ...
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7. Platters and hand rivetters at Forrestt's Wivenhoe shipyard about 1900. Typical tradesmen who founded the Colne's tradition of steel shipbuilding.
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8. The 48 ton cutter CHRISTABEL racing in 1862. Designed and built by Aldous in 1858, and the pride of Brightlingsea.
Used in The Northseamen page 304
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