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  1. M.V. Adderstone Stephenson Clarke Shipping Ltd - Sunderland-1985

    Motor Vessel, Hopper Barge, Adderstone, (IMO Number: 5337197; Official Number: 183252), launched, Wednesday, 18/01/1950, as the Motor Vessel, Hopper Barge, Springwood, to Yard Number 1113, by Lobnitz and Company Limited, West Yard, Renfrew, and completed and delivered, June 1950, to British Electric
  2. Mystery Ship

    This is a photo of B26 ANNA but which one since both sister ships carried this name at the same time?
  3. Ship No.237

    ANDWI built in two halves.
  4. Ocean Bloom

    A rare sight,Where ships were born Sunderland
  5. Sunderland

    Entrance to the port seen from Roker on 28th July 2009
  6. Greenwell's No2 drydock, but which ship and when ?.

    My dad posing for the Sunderland Echo in greenwell's No2 dock, Sunderland.
  7. Sunderland

    View looking upstream through Wear Bridge - artist's name indecipherable
  8. MILTA

  9. Wear Bridge

    When draught mattered
  10. Sunderland Harbour at Sunset

    Sunderland Harbour with Sea Pilot and Polar Prince alongside Corporation Quay. 13/12/2012
  11. Little and Large

    Were did it all go wrong
  12. SS Kensington Court

    The picture is a cropped detail and monochrome reproduction of an original painting by Arthur J. W. Burgess (1879-1957) of 1939. It shows in the background the sinking SS Kensington Court and 2 Sunderland flying boats coming to rescue the shipwrecked crew. The SS Kensington Court (4863 grt/2951 nrt
  13. HMS York

    HMS York just passing Sunderland to escort Leander G to Hull
  14. HMS York

    HMS York appearing from behind the north breakwater to escort the Queen on the Leander G to Hull. Photo taken at Sunderland
  15. HMS York leaving Sunderland

    Farewell HMS York Pictured leaving Sunderland for the last time, soon to be decommissioned. Vessel's Details Class and type:Type 42 destroyer Displacement: 5,200 tonnes Length: 141 m (463 ft) Beam: 15.2 m (50 ft) Propulsion: COGOG (Combined Gas or Gas) turbines, 2 shafts 2 turbines producing 36 me
  16. HMS York leaving Sunderland

    Farewell HMS York leaving Sunderland for the last time, sadly soon to be decommissioned. Vessel's Details Class and type:Type 42 destroyer Displacement: 5,200 tonnes Length: 141 m (463 ft) Beam: 15.2 m (50 ft) Propulsion: COGOG (Combined Gas or Gas) turbines, 2 shafts 2 turbines producing 36 megawat
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