691. The barge VICTA near the Shell bungalow, Peldon. Mrs and Mrs Donovan Rowley. Late 1940s. The cottage on the right is on the Mersea to Peldon road.
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692. TRILBY (left) and BRANDRAM at Colchester Hythe in the 1970s.
TRILBY was built Rochester in 1896 as a sailing barge. Official No. 106527. Like several of ...
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693. One of the earliest photographs we have of the island. Stackie barge KEEBLE and Mr Underwood's carrier's cart on the Strood, Mersea Island. There were many ...
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694. Waiting for the Tide off Bradwell. A postcard from Cleghorn of Mersea, posted 1905. Barge nearest the camera is the BLACKWATER.
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695. Unloading Kent bricks from barge RUSSELL on the Hard at Mersea. The barge ahead is unloading timber. It is the GOLDEN FLEECE, a Colchester barge.
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696. The barge DAWN in the lock at Heybridge following her rebuild.
Date: 18 May 2007
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697. Stackie SNOWDROP, owned by Walter Wrinch of Erwarton. Official No. 81167.
Photograph from a glass plate from SSBR archives - not to be used without their ...
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698. Yacht barge JUNE of Rochester, at Battlesbridge. JUNE was owned by A.S. Bennett for many years.
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699. The River Crouch, Battlesbridge.
Postcard from SSBR archives.
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700. Sailing barge DUCHESS in the lock at Heybridge Basin. The barge was owned by Clem Parker of Bradwell, and this must have been one of the summer family cruises ...
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701. Last resting place of barges OXYGEN (on the left) and SCOTIA. Photograph from Heybridge sea wall looking across to Maldon. Laid up steam tug BRENT in the ...
Date: 23 August 2010
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702. Sailing barge CAMBRIA in the River Blackwater. After a long restoration, the CAMBRIA was relaunched at Standard Quay, Faversham 21 March 2011. When she was ...
Date: 20 July 2011
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703. Bow rail of sailing barge VICTA in Mersea Museum. Official No. 67085 built Rochester 1874 and formerly named &CO. She ended her days as a houseboat alongside ...
Date: 23 September 2014
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704. Auxiliary barge WILL EVERARD and coaster SEDULITY at Colchester Gas Works.
WILL EVERARD built of steel at Fellows, Great Yarmouth, 1925, Official No. ...
Date: 24 March 1962
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705. Sailing barge KITTY in Buzz'n, arriving to act as Committee Boat for West Mersea Town Regatta.
Date: 19 August 2016
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706. Sailing barge CYGNET in the Pyefleet Channel at the Strood, West Mersea. There was once a wharf here regularly used by barges, but now it is seriously silted up ...
Date: 23 August 2017
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707. Portrait by the Antwerp marine-artist A. de Clerk of CARISBROOKE CASTLE, built at Harwich in 1890, and one of the Walker and Howard Fleet.
From the dust ...
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708. WILL EVERARD on trip from CWS Wharf Hull to Kings Lynn. The barge was late for the tide and the pilot vessel is giving her a helping hand into Kings Lynn.
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709. WILL EVERARD at Kings Lynn alongside the grain silo.
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710. WILL EVERARD on the Humber. CWS Wharf Hull to Kings Lynn.
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711. Barge MAFEKING unloading bricks on Mersea beach for building houses in Fairhaven Avenue, West Mersea.
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712. A 'stackie' barge at West Mersea Hard. Stonehill House is on the right with Firs Chase to the left of it, but "Journey's End" has not yet been built. (The land ...
Date: Before 1908
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713. The River Colne from East Mersea. Steam yacht lying in the Pyefleet (VALFREYIA ?) and a barge coming down river.
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714. Loading up mines - onto a Naval vessel from a sailing barge. Photo from Ronnie Hone ?
Date: May 1917
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