1. Home Farm, East Mersea. The farmhouse was demolished in the 1950s, roof tiles from the house were re-used on the present bungalow. Postcard 101902.
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2. Pond was on the east side of Weir Farm, is now filled in.
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3. East Mersea Hall.
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4. The Bungalows, Sunny Beach, East Mersea. This became known as Coopers Beach. The chalets were replaced by caravans by 2000.
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5. Cosway's Caravan Site in East Mersea was developed in the 1950s.
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6. PIONEER lying off the Nothe at Mersea in the 1950s.
In the 1930s PIONEER was sold to the steward of the East Mersea Golf Club and was towed across the ...
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7. Salvaging PIONEER CK18. On the trolley at Wyatt's slip. At last the remains can be seen - the most complete Class 1 Colchester smack in existence.
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8. Rebuilding PIONEER CK18. Before the re-build could start, a full set of lines had to be constructed.
The hull was battened by Brian Kennell and Shaun ...
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9. PIONEER spent 2 days outside Colchester Castle to publicise the launch and the aims of the Pioneer Trust. Her journey here was a bit fraught, especially the ...
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10. Boatbuilder, Shaun White, who originally inspired the idea of restoring the PIONEER.
Date: May 2003
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11. Mersea Yachting. Picture is of yacht SONYA.
Poster for 2004 Summer Exhibition.
Date: May 2004
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