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  1. Bangalore

    Bangalore

    The SS Bangalore at Hull in 1929 Frank
  2. seeking information - Martin Jensen 1907-1978

    Maritime Family History Research
    Hi I am trying to find information on my Grandad, Martin Christian Jensen who moved to UK from Denmark during the war years, around 1936. He was a Seiner Skipper, one of the longest serving coming out of Hull. I understand that initially he worked out of Fleetwood, possibly worked for Boston...
  3. How many meals did trawlermen eat a day?

    Ship Research
    I'm doing research on what life was like on Grimsby and Hull trawlers in the 1970s. How many meals a day did the crew eat? I've seen some websites say it was two, and other three. Which is it? Also, what time would these meals be? I've read that the men simply ate when they could and weren't...
  4. M.V.Hurunui-New Zealand Shipping Co. Ltd-King George Dock, Hull

    M.V.Hurunui-New Zealand Shipping Co. Ltd-King George Dock, Hull

    Refrigerated Cargo, Motor Vessel Hurunui, launched, Thursday, 14/08/1947, to Yard Number 107, by Vickers Armstrongs Limited, High Walker Shipyard, Tyneside, and completed and delivered, Monday, 14/06/1948, to New Zealand Shipping Company Limited, London, registered, London; Gross Registered Tonnage
  5. HULL (North Eastern Railway)

    HULL (North Eastern Railway)

    According to the text on the postcard the quay had a length of 763 metres, a width of 26 to 46 metres.
  6. Steam Trawler Kingston Peridot, H591, IMO No:5187956; Official No:181356

    Steam Trawler Kingston Peridot, H591, IMO No:5187956; Official No:181356

    Steam Trawler Kingston Peridot, H591, launched, Saturday, 10/07/1948, to yard number 797, by Cook, Welton and Gemmell Limited, Beverley, and completed and delivered, Thursday, 25/11/1948, to Kingston Steam Trawling Company Limited, Hull, registered, Thursday, 25/11/1948, at Hull: Gross Registered To
  7. Anchor House,Hull

    Anchor House,Hull

    A picture of the bar in Anchor House,specially for John T who got his medicine and nursing care at this establishment. Had some great nights in there myself.
  8. T.S.S. Benrinnes-(5041502)-(Ben Line Steamers Ltd)

    T.S.S. Benrinnes-(5041502)-(Ben Line Steamers Ltd)

    Turbine Steam Ship Benrinnes, laid down, Monday, 01/02/1943, and launched, as the U.S.S. Auxiliary Escort Aircraft Carrier, Perdido, (CVE-47), (previously AVG-47, later ACV-47), Wednesday, 16/06/1943, by Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding Corporation, Tacoma, Washington, and assigned to Great Britain, unde
  9. T.S.S. Benrinnes-(5041502)-(Ben Line Steamers Ltd)

    T.S.S. Benrinnes-(5041502)-(Ben Line Steamers Ltd)

    Turbine Steam Ship Benrinnes, laid down, Monday, 01/02/1943, and launched, as the U.S.S. Auxiliary Escort Aircraft Carrier, Perdido, (CVE-47), (previously AVG-47, later ACV-47), Wednesday, 16/06/1943, by Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding Corporation, Tacoma, Washington, and assigned to Great Britain, unde
  10. Motor Vessel Alaric - (Shaw, Savill and Albion Co. Ltd) at Hull-1963

    Motor Vessel Alaric - (Shaw, Savill and Albion Co. Ltd) at Hull-1963

    General Cargo, Motor Vessel Alaric, launched, Tuesday, 08/10/1957, to yard number 1566G, by Harland and Wolff Limited, Glasgow, and completed and delivered, Thursday, 13/02/1958, to Shaw, Savill and Albion Company Limited, Southampton; 144.30 x 19.61 x 8.26 (draught); Gross Registered Tonnage: 6,692
  11. Steam Tug Prizeman (United Towing Company Ltd) at Hull 1963

    Steam Tug Prizeman (United Towing Company Ltd) at Hull 1963

    Steam Tug Prizeman, ordered, Monday, 16/03/1925, launched Tuesday, 07/07/1925, by Cochrane and Sons Limited, Selby, to yard number 981, and completed and delivered Thursday, 05/11/1925, to United Towing Company Limited, Hull; Gross Registered Tonnage: 226; Net Registered Tonnage: 76; 30.48 x 7.65 x
  12. Auxillary Spritsail Barge Thyra-London & Rochester at Hull-1960

    Auxillary Spritsail Barge Thyra-London & Rochester at Hull-1960

    Spritsail and auxiliary engine, Sailing Barge Thyra, built and launched, Thursday, 18/12/1913, by Albert Alfred Hutson, Maidstone, for own account; Gross Registered Tonnage: 87.72; Net Registered Tonnage: 69.56; 25.97 x 6.00 x 2.01; retro-fitted, 1931, with 1 x 4 cylinder, 4-stroke, self-acting, oil
  13. Auxillary Spritsail Barge Will Everard-FT Everard & Sons Ltd at Hull

    Auxillary Spritsail Barge Will Everard-FT Everard & Sons Ltd at Hull

    Spritsail Barge, Will Everard, built and launched 1925, to Yard No. 308, by J. H. Fellows and Company, Great Yarmouth, and completed and delivered, July 1925, to F T Everard and Sons Limited, Greenhithe; Gross Registered Tonnage: 187, Net Registered Tonnage: 148, Dead Weight Tonnage: 190; 29.75 (ove
  14. Auxillary Spritsail Barge Will Everard-FT Everard & Sons Ltd at Hull

    Auxillary Spritsail Barge Will Everard-FT Everard & Sons Ltd at Hull

    Spritsail Barge, Will Everard, built and launched 1925, to Yard No. 308, by J. H. Fellows and Company, Great Yarmouth, and completed and delivered, July 1925, to F T Everard and Sons Limited, Greenhithe; Gross Registered Tonnage: 187, Net Registered Tonnage: 148, Dead Weight Tonnage: 190; 29.75 (ove
  15. M.V. Amrum-(Carl W. Hanssen Tankschiffart)-approaching Hull Docks - 1963

    M.V. Amrum-(Carl W. Hanssen Tankschiffart)-approaching Hull Docks - 1963

    Motor Tanker Vessel Amrum, launched, Saturday, 05/09/1931, as the Steam Tanker Ship Mitra, to Yard Number 152, by Deutsche Werft Betrieb Finkenwerder, Hamburg, Germany, and completed and delivered, October 1931, to Dampskibs Marna A/S, (Managers, Sigurd Owren), Oslo, Norway; Gross Registered Tonnage
  16. Statesman

    Statesman

    Statesman of United Towing Hull on speed trials in the Humber early '70's following acquisition and major overhaul.
  17. Goole docks

    Goole docks

    I hope this is Hull with AHL's WHITBY ABBEY and small coaster HERMES in shot.
  18. DEAD BOD.

    DEAD BOD.

    Alexandra River Pier, Hull. Before the scrub up for the Siemens Project.
  19. Unknown Hull trawler

    Unknown Hull trawler

    One of several sidewinders anchored in Humber, possibly awaiting the tide. I had just been picked up off the Cirolana by the pilot boat, and we did the rounds of these work-worn ships, dropping off folk, before entering Grimsby.
  20. Hull Docks

    Hull Docks

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