91. Barge launch at Cann, Harwich. The barge is thought to be the KIMBERLEY.
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92. Barge rigging. Photo: A Pyner, Burnham
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93. Four unidentified barges
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Used in Spritsail Barges of the Thames and Medway, page 34.
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95. Smeed Deen Barge in Thames (?)
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96. Unidentified barge under sail
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97. Ketch barge.
Thought to be VANGUARD, a big collier ketch owned by J Smith, Burnham. Lost in 1916. In additional notes to 'The Big Barges' book, Bob Childs ...
Date: Before 1916
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98. Unidentified barge
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99. Unidentified barge
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100. Unidentified barge under sail
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101. Unidentified barge racing
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102. Barges ARDEER, PRETORIA, MILLIE during a Blackwater Match c1963
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103. Unidentified barge under sail. The X in the topsail indicates one of Paul's Ipswich fleet
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104. Large barge under tow. Possibly WILL EVERARD
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105. Sailing vessels and Thames barge
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106. Barge match.
Left MEMORY. White ball in topsail SPINAWAY C, white lower hull SALTCOTE BELLE [RG].
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107. Barge SURGE winner Medway Race off Gravesend 1930
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108. Aldous Successors Ltd catalogue - page 26. Smithy and Ironwork section. Photo of barge RUNIC being converted. Official No. 118460.
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109. Barge RUNIC being converted at Aldous Successors, Brightlingsea. Official No. 118460, built Krimpen 1904, owned by E.J. & W. Goldsmith.
Photograph from an ...
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110. Brightlingsea - causeway, barges, shipyard, steam launch
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111. Barge discharging on West Beach Clacton on Sea. Postcard posted 26 Mar 1910.
Date: Before 1910
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112. Sailing barge prepares to drop down through the opening in the Army bridge across the Colne connecting Rowhedge with Wivenhoe. This was built by the Royal ...
From: Rowhedge photos and documents
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113. Sailing barge LADY OF THE LAKE built for service on Lake Nyassa.
Forrestt & Co. Ltd., 1905 Catalogue, Page 53.
Used in Barges, page 27.
From: Wivenhoe shipyards photos and documents
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114. The camera's cold record of the final days of RECORD REIGN as an auxiliary ketch. The beauty of her lines is still definitely apparent.
By Hervey Benham, ...
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115. Cement Mud and Muddies. A History of the APCM Barges, by F.G. Willmott.
Published 1977, ISBN 0 905270 02 9.
Front Cover. Inset picture is DUNSTABLE ...
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116. Spritsail barge VIGILANT of Harwich converted to a yacht in 1934 for E.H. Clifford. She was built by W.H. Orvis and Co. at Ipswich in 1904 for owners at Mistley ...
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117. Barges at Thorington Mill about 1928. Used in Down Tops'l opposite page 65.
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118. Coals from Newcastle, by Roger Finch.
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119. Captain T. Francis notebook - barge VERA.
22 June 1910 delivered 85 tons oil from Colchester to London at 3/ton.
2 July 1910 delivered 114 tons ...
Date: 22 June 1910
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120. 16 July 1910 Colchester to London and 6 August 1910 London to Colchester. Signed by W.S. Jarvis.
Captain T. Francis notebook - barge VERA.
Date: 6 July 1910
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