Images for Ships and Boats-->Launches

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31. ID BOXD1_002_072 Twin Screw Launch. Loose page at end of Otto Andersen catalogue. Probably should be part of Section 8.
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31. Twin Screw Launch. Loose page at end of Otto Andersen catalogue. Probably should be part of Section 8.
Image ID BOXD1_002_072


32. ID LC1_AB3_PIC37 LEONIE is launched from Turner's of Westcliff.
Cat1 Ships and Boats-->Launches Cat2 Places-->Leigh on Sea

32. LEONIE is launched from Turner's of Westcliff.
Image ID LC1_AB3_PIC37


33. ID MIL_OPA_549 Tom Lungley and NIPPY - ran trips from the beach.
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33. Tom Lungley and NIPPY - ran trips from the beach.
Image ID MIL_OPA_549


34. ID PG2_443 The Hard, West Mersea. Coast Road. Landing craft on the left. Beached in the centre MARY JANE ex THUNDERER, owned by Fred Berry.
Postcard by Moore & ...
Cat1 Mersea-->Old City & the Hard Cat2 Ships and Boats-->Launches

34. The Hard, West Mersea. Coast Road. Landing craft on the left. Beached in the centre MARY JANE ex THUNDERER, owned by Fred Berry.
Postcard by Moore & ...
Image ID PG2_443


35. ID PUL_OPA_215 Carnival sports
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35. Carnival sports
Image ID PUL_OPA_215


36. ID RG04_050 Launching party for PEDRO II CK9 at Wyatt's. 
L-R Archie French, Daphne Hewes, Joe Hewes & his wife Blanche, William Wyatt, Norman 'Joe' Burgess (black ...
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36. Launching party for PEDRO II CK9 at Wyatt's.
L-R Archie French, Daphne Hewes, Joe Hewes & his wife Blanche, William Wyatt, Norman 'Joe' Burgess (black ...
Date: 28 May 1949
Image ID RG04_050


37. ID RWS_006_001 Sailing barge WYVENHOE and ferry BRIGHTLINGSEA on the slip. Location not known.
35mm slide processed 05/89, via Don Wright, SSBR
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37. Sailing barge WYVENHOE and ferry BRIGHTLINGSEA on the slip. Location not known.
35mm slide processed 05/89, via Don Wright, SSBR
Date: cMay 1989
Image ID RWS_006_001


38. ID RWS_015_001 Harwich - Felixstowe ferry BRIGHTLINGSEA at Harwich.
Undated 35mm slide via Don Wright, SSBR
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38. Harwich - Felixstowe ferry BRIGHTLINGSEA at Harwich.
Undated 35mm slide via Don Wright, SSBR
Image ID RWS_015_001


39. ID RWS_015_002 PINMILL and BRIGHTLINGSEA at Harwich. PINMILL was built Whistable 1910.
Undated 35mm slide via Don Wright, SSBR
Cat1 Ships and Boats-->Launches Cat2 Places-->Harwich

39. PINMILL and BRIGHTLINGSEA at Harwich. PINMILL was built Whistable 1910.
Undated 35mm slide via Don Wright, SSBR
Image ID RWS_015_002


40. ID SHP_NAN_358 HSL 145 at speed in her working days. She later became the motor yacht NANALOA.
Thank you to  ...
Cat1 Yachts and yachting-->Motor Cat2 Ships and Boats-->Launches

40. HSL 145 at speed in her working days. She later became the motor yacht NANALOA.
Thank you to ...
Image ID SHP_NAN_358


41. ID SHP_NAN_359 HSL 145 on mooring during her working days. She later became the motor yacht NANALOA.
Thank you to Terry Holtham and
  ...
Cat1 Ships and Boats-->Launches

41. HSL 145 on mooring during her working days. She later became the motor yacht NANALOA.
Thank you to Terry Holtham and ...
Image ID SHP_NAN_359


42. ID TC1_001 HOTSPUR IV, one of two vessels operating the Southampton - Hythe ferry service on the south coast. She was built at Rowhedge Ironworks in 1947, Ship No. 673, ...
Cat1 Ships and Boats-->Launches Cat2 Places-->Rowhedge

42. HOTSPUR IV, one of two vessels operating the Southampton - Hythe ferry service on the south coast. She was built at Rowhedge Ironworks in 1947, Ship No. 673, ...
Date: July 1999
Image ID TC1_001


43. ID TM62_0005 Tilbury ferry ROSE being hauled up the slipway at Harwich Navyard. Soon after this, the site became Navyard Wharf.
ROSE was built 1960, 214 tons gross. In ...
Cat1 Ships and Boats-->Launches Cat2 Places-->Harwich

43. Tilbury ferry ROSE being hauled up the slipway at Harwich Navyard. Soon after this, the site became Navyard Wharf.
ROSE was built 1960, 214 tons gross. In ...
Date: 22 March 1962
Image ID TM62_0005


44. ID TM63_0060 Ferry BRIGHTLINGSEA arriving Halfpenny Pier, Harwich. She was built at Rowhedge Ironworks 1925 for the LNER ferry services between Harwich, Shotley and ...
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44. Ferry BRIGHTLINGSEA arriving Halfpenny Pier, Harwich. She was built at Rowhedge Ironworks 1925 for the LNER ferry services between Harwich, Shotley and ...
Date: 5 September 1963
Image ID TM63_0060


45. ID WW03_BTS_013 Clarke & Carter's cutter in the ice.
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45. Clarke & Carter's cutter in the ice.
Image ID WW03_BTS_013


46. ID WW03_BTS_015 Clarke & Carter's cutter in the ice.
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46. Clarke & Carter's cutter in the ice.
Image ID WW03_BTS_015


47. ID WW03_BTS_017 Clarke & Carter's cutter in the ice. Ronnie Garriock standing on the bow of the cutter on the left. John Green on the right having waded ashore.
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47. Clarke & Carter's cutter in the ice. Ronnie Garriock standing on the bow of the cutter on the left. John Green on the right having waded ashore.
Image ID WW03_BTS_017