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1. ID BOXB5_014_001 Passed by Technical Reproduction Branch 18 Dec 1942. No Admiralty Objection to publication, signed, Captain R.N. Wivenhoe. [from back of photograph]
Wooden ...
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1. Passed by Technical Reproduction Branch 18 Dec 1942. No Admiralty Objection to publication, signed, Captain R.N. Wivenhoe. [from back of photograph]
Wooden ...
Date: 18 Dec 1942
Image ID BOXB5_014_001


2. ID BOXB5_014_012 J.17.
Afloat and ready to be warped alongside for completion. The stockpiles and the small barge quay of the Rowhedge Sand and Ballast Company are in the ...
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2. J.17.
Afloat and ready to be warped alongside for completion. The stockpiles and the small barge quay of the Rowhedge Sand and Ballast Company are in the ...
Date: 1940
Image ID BOXB5_014_012


3. ID BOXB5_014_014 The 105ft wooden motor minesweeper J.315 proceeds down the river Colne after completion, flying the white ensign and commissioned to serve in sweeping magnetic, ...
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3. The 105ft wooden motor minesweeper J.315 proceeds down the river Colne after completion, flying the white ensign and commissioned to serve in sweeping magnetic, ...
Image ID BOXB5_014_014


4. ID BOXB5_014_016 D MMS 17 [on back of photograph]
The other type of British wooden hulled motor minesweeper was known as the 126ft Class. Seven of these were built by ...
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4. D MMS 17 [on back of photograph]
The other type of British wooden hulled motor minesweeper was known as the 126ft Class. Seven of these were built by ...
Image ID BOXB5_014_016


5. ID BOXB5_014_022 FY PT 1011 just afloat at Wivenhoe. The yard boat stands by to help with mooring ropes and later in removal of sliding ways, poppets and other timber structure ...
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5. FY PT 1011 just afloat at Wivenhoe. The yard boat stands by to help with mooring ropes and later in removal of sliding ways, poppets and other timber structure ...
Image ID BOXB5_014_022


6. ID BOXB5_014_024 MMS 1012 [on back of photograph]
FY PT 1012 leaves the river Colne after completion and commissioning in 1943. The harbour party and an officer are ...
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6. MMS 1012 [on back of photograph]
FY PT 1012 leaves the river Colne after completion and commissioning in 1943. The harbour party and an officer are ...
Date: c15 October 1943
Image ID BOXB5_014_024


7. ID BOXB5_014_026 A quiet interlude during war. Wooden motor minesweeper FY PT 1044 is towed to the fitting out berth after launch from Wivenhoe Shipyard Ltd., in 1943. The river ...
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7. A quiet interlude during war. Wooden motor minesweeper FY PT 1044 is towed to the fitting out berth after launch from Wivenhoe Shipyard Ltd., in 1943. The river ...
Date: 30 December 1943
Image ID BOXB5_014_026


8. ID BOXB5_014_028 During the War at Wivenhoe. Part of Mulberry in the making on the River Colne. [DW]

The projected invasion of Normandy in June 1944 needed the ...
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8. During the War at Wivenhoe. Part of "Mulberry" in the making on the River Colne. [DW]

The projected invasion of Normandy in June 1944 needed the ...
Image ID BOXB5_014_028

 
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