Maritime

Showing results 71 to 80 of 1950
"H.M.S. Poole" officers
photograph

"H.M.S. Poole" officers

Museum Ref No: F2d_0005
Group of seven officers from "H.M.S Poole" on board ship; World War Two, 1939-1945
Photograph
book

"Harry Paye" by Herbert S. Carter

Museum Ref No: PEO B/ CAR
"Harry Paye, a romance of Old Poole" by Herbert S. Carter, published by J. Looker Ltd., 1934. Illustrations by Edward Wigfull
Book
"Hearts of Oak"
picture

"Hearts of Oak"

"Hearts of Oak" of Poole
Picture
"Hebe"
photograph

"Hebe"

Museum Ref No: Batting/Box 12/Ships 9/No.4 - Hebe (Swedish)
Swedish cargo vessel "Hebe" at Poole Quay. (Batting photograph)
Photograph
"Heroine"
picture

"Heroine"

"Heroine" of Poole.
Picture
"HMS Flinders"
photograph

"HMS Flinders"

Museum Ref No: f1d_0031, f1d-0036, f1d-0036a
"Pride of Midlands" and "HMS Flinders" on fire fighting exercise.
Photograph
"HMS Manly"
photograph

"HMS Manly"

Museum Ref No: F4c_0026
Visit to Poole by "HMS Manly", commanded by Lt.Cdr. B.R. Judd, R.N., senior officer inshore training squadron. 7-10 Sept. 1983. Photographed by Mike Lennon.
Photograph
"HMS Poole"
photograph

"HMS Poole"

Museum Ref No: F4c_0031, F4c_0031a
"HMS Poole", a J class minesweeper, number J.147, in the Solent, possibly near Arne. Served throughout WW2.
Photograph
"Holzapfel.I"
photograph

"Holzapfel.I"

Museum Ref No: Coney box 3 photograph 35
"Holzapfel.I" (registered at Newcastle on Tyne) at Hamworthy Quay. (Coney photograph)
Photograph
"Holzapfel.I"
photograph

"Holzapfel.I"

Museum Ref No: Coney box 3 photograph 29
"Holzapfel.I" at Hamworthy Quay with Poole Quay in background, showing coal transporter. (Coney photograph)
Photograph