Ships Nostalgia banner

Discussions Showcase Albums Media Media Comments Tags

1-10 of 10 Results
  1. hms cornwall,cambeltown and monmouth

    hms cornwall,campbeltown and monmouth leaving plymouth sound 27.7.2010
  2. Silver darlings at Campbeltown

    Fishergirls gut herring at Campbeltown, 1933, a sight which has vanished for ever. Now it's scallops and prawns, for herring are rare indeed. Dave
  3. H.M.S CAMBELTOWN navy days 2008

    Here is a view through the bridge windows ,looking out to sea . The tall ship in front of her bows , i have forgotten her name .
  4. MV Pioneer

    MV Pioneer at Campbeltown. Any further details about this vessel would be welcome. Date of photo 19th March 2010
  5. MV Pioneer

    MV Pioneer loading wind turbine components at Campbeltown. Date of photo 19th March 2010
  6. Hebridean Princess

    Hebridean Princess in Campbeltown Loch on 15th June 2008, with the mountains of Arran behind. Formerly MacBrayne's Columba from 1964 to 1989, she now operates as a luxury cruise ship for Hebridean Island Cruises.
  7. BBC England leaving Campbeltown

    BBC England IMO: 9258985 Taken on 14th June, 2008, BBC England leaves Campbeltown, Kintyre, Scotland, with a cargo of wind turbine components from the Vestas Wind Systems plant near Machrihanish. She must be one of the largest vessels to have called at this small fishing harbour for many years.

  9. HMS Campbeltown - Launch admission pass

    My Uncle worked in the yard and used to get me passes to launches - wish I had kept some of the earlier ones from the 1950's History of the ship:
  10. Ajax

    The high earning, hard working Campbeltown steel built Ajax INS.168, at Oban. Unfortunately, decommissioned and scrapped in Denmark,in 2005.
1-10 of 10 Results