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  1. Victoria Channel Belfast

    Victoria Channel Belfast - Valiant and Stena Navigator
  2. Gotto Wharf Belfast

    Gotto Wharf Belfast - Countess Anna, Jumbo and Moseldijk
  3. Guernsey alongside Belfast

    HMS Guernsey moored alongside the preserved cruiser HMS Belfast in the Pool of London
  4. Belfast with HMS Guernsey

    The preserved cruiser HMS Belfast in the Pool of London with HMS Guernsey moored alongside.
  5. Belfast

    Marietje Deborah, Arklow Rock and River Tyne at stormont and West Twinn Wharves Belfast
  6. Belfast

    Stormont and West Twin Wharves Belfast. Karmen, Tina C and Wilson Brest
  7. Stormont- West Twin Wharves

    Stormont- West Twin Wharves Belfast Vessels - Daio Andes, Mekhanik Makarin and Arklow Rebel
  8. Thompson Graving Dock Belfast

    Thompson Graving Dock Belfast on the right. Clarence used to be to the left. The grassed area is a representation of the Olympic class ships.
  9. 3 - Coasters

    Damsterdijk, Beaumont and Arklow Raider - Stormont / West Twin Wharfs Belfast
  10. Floating crane

    A rare outing for Belfast Harbour's floating crane at the Sinclair Wharf
  11. Victoria Channel Belfast

    Victoria Channel Belfast Arklow Star , Stena Caledonia, Pilot Boat 4 and Silver River in the Channel
  12. Abercorn Basin Belfast

    Abercorn Basin Belfast May 2010
  13. Research vessel= SCOTIA

    Research vessel Pollock Dock Belfast November 2008
  14. Thompson Graving Dock Belfast

    Thompson Graving Dock Belfast
  15. Belfast

  16. Aachen, Belfast in the '60's

    I think we had just come from the hard at Short's and were outward bound.
  17. Aachen, Castlebay, Barra

    Backing out of the berth with Chisimul castle (Kisimul) ahead. Allegedly started in the early 11th C., and leased out for £1 p.y. and a bottle of whisky
  18. Aachen, at Short's, Belfast

    Aachen at Short's hard with the Belfast at Belfast. So we thought...we know how to discharge...its the loading that bothers us, but....will she fit in tail first....or would it be better from the side?
  19. HMS Caroline, Belfast early '60's

    Last surviving first world war cruiser in the early '60's
  20. Victoria Terminal 3 and 4 Belfast

    Victoria Terminal 3 and 4 Belfast Coastal Deniz and Stena Caledonia February 2010
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