211. Barges unloading on West Mersea Hard. Clifford White lorry N01671. Left hand barge is RUSSELL on dinghy, with bricks. GOLDEN FLEECE in centre with timber and ...
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212. Strood Channel and the Nothe. Dabchicks Sailing Club - the first black-boarded building, opened 1955. Ala Evers.
Old City, West Mersea. Postcard 29038, ...
Date: Before July 1961
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213. West Mersea. The Quarters. Photocrom postcard mailed 17 July 1935 to Oliver Vaudrey, Edgbaston, Birmingham.
Date: Before July 1935
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214. Titled Kings Hard, but this is the causeway at the Hard, West Mersea. Postcard by E.T.W. Dennis. Another copy of this card was mailed 20 August 1910.
Date: Before August 1910
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215. The causeway - an early one built of concrete slabs. Postcard 80920 posted 10 July 1930.
Date: Before July 1930
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216. West Mersea - an old causeway. The house in the centre is Journey's End, now West Mersea Yacht Club. Postcard 80919.
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217. The causeway - a wet West Mersea Town Regatta around 1950.
Date: cAugust 1950
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218. Cottages in the Lane, partially demolished, thought to be in the 1920s. The site is now The City Hall assembly hall was built on the site around 1930. The ...
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219. Barges arriving West Mersea with building materials. RUSSELL with bricks, GOLDEN FLEECE with timber and another with cement. Small photograph, probably from the ...
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220. Smack SKYLARK 46CK on Mersea Hard, just after the end of WW1. Ena Mole, later Mrs Arthur Death, at tiller.
The owner of the SKYLARK was Frederick Westhorpe ...
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221. West Mersea Hard - aerial view postcard PN6549.
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222. West Mersea Hard. Journey's End, now West Mersea Yacht Club, is in the centre. Moving to the right, Stone House, with Orange Tip Cottage in front of it, and ...
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223. West Mersea Hard, looking southeast out to sea. Journey's End can be picked out towards the left (now West Mersea Yacht Club) and to the right of it a large ...
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224. Barge yacht BIRD ALONE on Mersea Hard. Mailed 13-8-1910. Postcard No. 28.
Date: Before August 1910
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225. Smacks SNOWDROP or FRED on Mersea Hard.
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226. WMTR. Watersports. Mrs Clark (Agnes) Mussett, baby Jim in pram
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227. Bagging oysters or winkles on the Coast Road
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228. Barges on Mersea Hard with lorries alongside.
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229. Unloading ports on Mersea Hard. L-R Tom Cudmore, Ted Woolf, Peter French
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230. Fitting out at West Mersea, 1939. William Wyatt stands, rule in hand, while the covers come of the 40-foot cutter FLORENCE in the mud-berths at the "Old City" ...
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231. Barges on Hard (?)
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232. West Mersea Hard. The barge on the left belongs to Leigh Building Supplies and is discharging timber for Clifford White. The barge on the right belongs to ...
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233. The Hard, West Mersea
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234. Strood Channel at the Nothe - hulk of smack PIONEER, since raised, restored and actively sailing.
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235. Wyatt's Hard. Amy.
Postcard 69782 posted August 1957.
Date: Before August 1957
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236. The hard winter of 1962-63. The Hard and Causeway
Date: cFebruary 1963
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237. West Mersea Lifeboat house, Wyatt's slipway and the causeway.
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238. High tide at The Hard - rescuing a car.
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239. West Mersea Hard.
with Julie Diprose & Sarah Hancock
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240. Peter Rudlin and his Mirror dinghy at West Mersea in the 1980s. The wooden causeway was replaced by the floating causeway in 1989.
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