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1. ID BOXP_135_072 George Peggs of Brightlingsea in a typical gun punt.
Used in The Northseamen page 72.
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1. George Peggs of Brightlingsea in a typical gun punt.
Used in The Northseamen page 72.
Date: 1895
Image ID BOXP_135_072


2. ID BOXP_135_079 Regatta committee aboard committee smack at Wivenhoe regatta about 1910. Refreshments for members visible down main hatch.
Used in The Northseamen page 79.
Cat1 Places-->Wivenhoe-->Town Cat2 People-->Other

2. Regatta committee aboard committee smack at Wivenhoe regatta about 1910. Refreshments for members visible down main hatch.
Used in The Northseamen page 79.
Date: c1910
Image ID BOXP_135_079


3. ID BOXP_135_201 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 ...
Cat1 Yachts and yachting-->Steam Cat2 Places-->Wivenhoe-->Town

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 ...
Image ID BOXP_135_201


4. ID BOXP_135_265 Harris Brothers' yacht yard at Rowhedge, 1893. A cruising yawl fitting out, alongside. The Rowhedge smack WONDER, on slipway in centre, being lengthened six ...
Cat1 Places-->Rowhedge Cat2 Smacks and Bawleys

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 ...
Date: 1893
Image ID BOXP_135_265


5. ID BOXP_135_269 Husk's boatyard, Wivenhoe, about 1930. From right: John Smith, Stanley Cook (foreman), extreme left James Theobald. The small boats under construction are for ...
Cat1 Places-->Wivenhoe-->Shipyards Cat2 People-->Other

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 ...
Date: c1930
Image ID BOXP_135_269


6. ID BOXP_135_290 The Shipbuilder. Edward Pullen, shipwright forman at Forrestt's shipyard. Standing inside the framing of the wood steam tug PENGUIN, buit at Wivenhoe for ...
Cat1 Places-->Wivenhoe-->Shipyards

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 ...
Date: 1903
Image ID BOXP_135_290


7. ID BOXP_135_293 Platters and hand rivetters at Forrestt's Wivenhoe shipyard about 1900. Typical tradesmen who founded the Colne's tradition of steel shipbuilding.
Cat1 Places-->Wivenhoe-->Shipyards Cat2 People-->Other

7. Platters and hand rivetters at Forrestt's Wivenhoe shipyard about 1900. Typical tradesmen who founded the Colne's tradition of steel shipbuilding.
Date: c1900
Image ID BOXP_135_293


8. ID BOXP_135_304 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
Cat1 Yachts and yachting-->Sail-->Larger

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
Image ID BOXP_135_304

 
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