Maritime

Showing results 91 to 100 of 1967
"Irania"
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"Irania"

Museum Ref No: Batting/Box 12/Ships 9/No.5 - Irania
Cargo vessel "Irania" at Hamworthy Quay. Coal transporter in background. (Batting photograph)
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"Irania"
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"Irania"

Museum Ref No: Batting/Box 12/Ships 5/No.4 - Irania
Cargo vessel "Irania" at Hamworthy Quay. Coal transporter in background, motor launch in foreground. (Batting photograph)
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"Joffre Rose"
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"Joffre Rose"

Museum Ref No: Batting/Box 12/Ships 6/No.5 - Joffre Rose
Cargo vessel "Joffre Rose". (Batting photograph)
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"Joffre Rose"
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"Joffre Rose"

Museum Ref No: Batting/Box 12/Ships 5/No.6 - Joffre Rose
Cargo vessel "Joffre Rose". (Batting photograph)
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"John M"
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"John M"

Museum Ref No: B4a_0230
The "John M" of London moored at the Quay. From the Ernest Bristowe collection.
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"Jubilee"
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"Jubilee"

Museum Ref No: Coney box 2 photograph 21
Sailing vessel "Jubilee" moored at Hamworthy Quay. (Coney photograph)
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"Karen"
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"Karen"

Museum Ref No: B4_0096.
Schooner "Karen" from the Baltic with pit props for the Purbeck clay mines, travelling from the Baltic,1936. The props were taken across the Harbour by barges to Goathorn Pier. The "Karen" returned to Europe with Purbeck clay. From the Ernest Bristowe collection.
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"l'Etoile"
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"l'Etoile"

Museum Ref No: F4b_0140
French training schooner "l'Etoile" entering Poole Harbour, 1956. Photo by S.W. Batting.
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"l'Etoile"
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"l'Etoile"

Museum Ref No: F4b_0137
The French schooner "l'Etoile" flying its identification signal, the code flags F.A.C.F., as it enters Poole Harbour. Photo by S.W. Batting.
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"l'Etoile"
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"l'Etoile"

Museum Ref No: F4b_0136
French visitors at Poole. Up aloft on the yards of the topsail schooner "l'Etoil". French officer navel cdets get a good veiw of England as their ship is about to enter Poole Harbour on a vist in the last few days of July, 1956. They were met and welcomed by the Mayor and Admiral of Poole, Councillor C.W. Wells, in company with the Sheriff, Councillor A.J. Stokes. "l'Etoil" displaces 227 tons and is 128ft. long. Photo by S.W. Batting.
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