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  1. Southsea

    Southsea

    British Railways (Sealink) Built 1948 986 Gross Tons IMO 5335838 Arriving at Portsmouth after a wet and windy Solent crossing
  2. Southsea

    Southsea

    British Railways (Sealink) Built 1948 986 Gross Tons IMO 5335838 Passing Clarence Pier, Portsmouth
  3. SOUTHSEA

    SOUTHSEA

    Date stamp postcard March 30, 1912. Am interested in the name of both vessels. Just based on the composition of her name on the bow the left vessel might be Duchess of York. In that case more info here: http://www.paddlesteamers.info/DuchessofCornwall-York.htm
  4. M.V. Southsea.

    M.V. Southsea.

    Southsea laid up at Portsmouth. Brading moored on the outside. Brading had been laid up with reversing gear and clutch trouble.
  5. Southsea

    Southsea

    Setting out for Ryde in the 1970's
  6. Whitchallenger

    Whitchallenger

    Whitchallenger sailing from Portsmouth. Ship Type: Oil products tanker Year Built: 2002 Length x Breadth: 85 m X 15 m Gross Tonnage: 2958, DeadWeight: 4516 t Speed recorded (Max / Average): 12.2 / 10.8 knots Flag: United Kingdom [UK] Call Sign: VQAU3 IMO: 9252278, MMSI: 235007413
  7. Freedom 90

    Freedom 90

    Freedom 90 accelerates away from the terminal at Southsea en route for Ryde.
  8. Freedom 90

    Freedom 90

    Hovertravel's Freedom 90 ready to load passengers at Southsea for Ryde.
  9. Southsea

    Southsea

    On deck as passengers board - in those days there was a choice of either 1st Class or 3rd Class accommodation despite the relatively small size of the ships
  10. Southsea

    Southsea

    Awaiting passengers at Ryde Pierhead in the 1950's
  11. Southsea

    Southsea

    Loading cargo at Ryde Pierhead in the 1950's
  12. Southsea

    Southsea

    In her British Transport Commission colours Built 1948 by Wm Denny, 837 gross tons, 200 foot x 47 foot @ 15 knots Accommodated 1,331 passengers in both 1st and 2nd Class when entered service
  13. Southsea

    Southsea

    Arriving Portsmouth on 27 May 1988
  14. Southsea

    Southsea

    Seen at Portsmouth June 1968
  15. SOUTHSEA and BRADING

    SOUTHSEA and BRADING

    Photo : 22 Sept 1986 : Portsmoth Moored at the Sealink lay up berth, CUTHRED moored astern BRADING
  16. SOUTHSEA AND BRADING

    SOUTHSEA AND BRADING

    Photo : 22 Sept 1986 : Portsmoth Moored at the Sealink lay up berth.
  17. SOUTHSEA

    SOUTHSEA

    Photographed 16 June1987 : Portsmouth Seen at the Sealink lay-up berth near the harbour station, dressed overall in honour of (HMS) Warrior which was arriving from Hartlepool for exhibition as a museum ship.
  18. SOUTHSEA

    SOUTHSEA

    Portsmouth 1981
  19. SOUTHSEA

    SOUTHSEA

    Portsmouth 28/6/1977 Built 1948 for British Railways. 2005 broken up.
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