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1. ID BF03_002_003_002 Revival of straw trade. Stackies being towed down Colchester River in 'convoy', bound for the Kent paper mills. The left hand barge is BRITISH EMPIRE registered...

1. Revival of straw trade. Stackies being towed down Colchester River in 'convoy', bound for the Kent paper mills. The left hand barge is BRITISH EMPIRE registered...
Date: c1948
Image ID BF03_002_003_002


2. ID BF67_001_042_001 A latter-day stack barge, the VIOLET of Maldon, owned by Francis and Guilders of Colchester, towing down the Colne off Rowhedge in 1948. The hold and deck are...

2. A latter-day stack barge, the VIOLET of Maldon, owned by Francis and Guilders of Colchester, towing down the Colne off Rowhedge in 1948. The hold and deck are...
Date: 1948
Image ID BF67_001_042_001


3. ID BF73_001_042_001 Everard's SINCERITY aground in the River Colne and causing a River Stoppage
Douglas Went photograph, used in The Sailor's Coast Page 29.
SINCERITY...

3. Everard's SINCERITY aground in the River Colne and causing a "River Stoppage"
Douglas Went photograph, used in The Sailor's Coast Page 29.
SINCERITY...
From: Wivenhoe shipyards photos and documents
Date: 12 December 1936
Image ID BF73_001_042_001


4. ID BOXB5_012_001 Sailing Barges. [DW] 
Barges weighing anchor in the Colne on a fine summer's morning as
others sail out of the river, bound for the Spitway, a narrow,...

4. Sailing Barges. [DW]
Barges weighing anchor in the Colne on a fine summer's morning as others sail out of the river, bound for the Spitway, a narrow,...
Image ID BOXB5_012_001


5. ID BOXB5_012_011 Barges at Colchester Hythe. [DW]
Douglas Went saw the Indian summer of the sailing barge and this photograph of Colchester Hythe in the 1930s shows nine...

5. Barges at Colchester Hythe. [DW]
Douglas Went saw the Indian summer of the sailing barge and this photograph of Colchester Hythe in the 1930s shows nine...
Date: c1935
Image ID BOXB5_012_011


6. ID BOXB5_013_012 Schooner TAMESIS. The old steamer and sailing ship type of ornamental bow for many years before 1936 seen sailing on the River Colne. [DW].
The 140 ton...

6. Schooner TAMESIS. The old steamer and sailing ship type of ornamental bow for many years before 1936 seen sailing on the River Colne. [DW].
The 140 ton...
Date: 1933
Image ID BOXB5_013_012


7. 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...

7. 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


8. ID BOXB5_015_001 Two barges sailing into the Colne on the flood tide. One already brailing her sails in readiness to anchor to make the Hythe on the next flood. Two at anchor...

8. Two barges sailing into the Colne on the flood tide. One already brailing her sails in readiness to anchor to make the Hythe on the next flood. Two at anchor...
Image ID BOXB5_015_001


9. ID BOXB5_015_017 The year the creek froze from Brightlingsea to Wivenhoe. [DW]
The frozen River Colne at Wivenhoe, February 1929. The tidal east-coast rivers will freeze...

9. The year the creek froze from Brightlingsea to Wivenhoe. [DW]
The frozen River Colne at Wivenhoe, February 1929. The tidal east-coast rivers will freeze...
Date: February 1929
Image ID BOXB5_015_017


10. ID BOXB5_017_025 CLAUDE [DW]
Opening day in the Colne Fishery, about 1930. The fishery Company smack CLAUDE leads four others past the Company motor paddle dredger PYEFLEET...

10. CLAUDE [DW]
Opening day in the Colne Fishery, about 1930. The fishery Company smack CLAUDE leads four others past the Company motor paddle dredger PYEFLEET...
Image ID BOXB5_017_025


11. ID BOXB5_017_029 Dredging up oysters in the River Colne. [DW]
The Colne Fishery Company smack NATIVE hauls alongside an oyster skiff to dump thousands of slipper limpets...

11. Dredging up oysters in the River Colne. [DW]
The Colne Fishery Company smack NATIVE hauls alongside an oyster skiff to dump thousands of slipper limpets...
Date: 1936
Image ID BOXB5_017_029


12. ID BOXB5_017_034 Colne river police boats PRINCE OF WALES and ALEXANDRA stand upriver over the oyster beds they guarded. The Colne River Police were established in 1890 to take...

12. Colne river police boats PRINCE OF WALES and ALEXANDRA stand upriver over the oyster beds they guarded. The Colne River Police were established in 1890 to take...
Image ID BOXB5_017_034


13. ID BOXL_026_002_005 Rowhedge Regatta c1905. Rowing Race. Smacks & E.Wade's bumkin.
Postcard Smiths 952P.

13. Rowhedge Regatta c1905. Rowing Race. Smacks & E.Wade's bumkin.
Postcard Smiths 952P.
Date: c1905
Image ID BOXL_026_002_005


14. ID DBO_202 Barge on the River Colne near Colchester.
Not identified, but Ron Green writes:
One of Paul's by the X in the topsail. 
It's one of their 'Rivers'...

14. Barge on the River Colne near Colchester.
Not identified, but Ron Green writes:
One of Paul's by the X in the topsail. It's one of their 'Rivers'...
Date: Before 1939
Image ID DBO_202


15. ID SHP_STC_598 HOOP passing Rowhedge after sailing from Colchester.
Built 1957 460 grt. Ex HOOPRIDE. IMO No. 5226738.

15. HOOP passing Rowhedge after sailing from Colchester.
Built 1957 460 grt. Ex HOOPRIDE. IMO No. 5226738.
Date: 1985
Image ID SHP_STC_598


16. ID LH1_027 Coaster in the Colne

16. Coaster in the Colne
Image ID LH1_027


17. ID LH23_278 Sailing barge and the Dutch coaster PAVO at anchor in the River Colne. The PAVO was a regular visitor to Colchester, operating between Delfzijl and Colchester's...

17. Sailing barge and the Dutch coaster PAVO at anchor in the River Colne. The PAVO was a regular visitor to Colchester, operating between Delfzijl and Colchester's...
Image ID LH23_278


18. ID MM2013_MEA_025 River Colne, East Mersea. Postcard 146881 from Bell's Photo Co. Ltd, Westcliff on Sea.

18. River Colne, East Mersea. Postcard 146881 from Bell's Photo Co. Ltd, Westcliff on Sea.
Date: 1930s
Image ID MM2013_MEA_025


19. ID PMS_PCD_007 The Marshes between Mersea Golf Course and the Colne Estuary.
View looking towards the ferry and River Colne. The prominent hut is for the ferry. There is...

19. The Marshes between Mersea Golf Course and the Colne Estuary. View looking towards the ferry and River Colne. The prominent hut is for the ferry. There is...
Date: Before 1941
Image ID PMS_PCD_007


20. ID RG04_009 Sand barges loading at Alresford Creek. Note the long train crossing the bridge in the background. From a small battered photograph.

20. Sand barges loading at Alresford Creek. Note the long train crossing the bridge in the background. From a small battered photograph.
Image ID RG04_009


21. ID SBB_3137 The eastern end of Mersea Island looking towards the River Coln, Brightlingsea and Point Clear.
Part of a collection of aerial views of Mersea taken by...

21. The eastern end of Mersea Island looking towards the River Coln, Brightlingsea and Point Clear.
Part of a collection of aerial views of Mersea taken by...
Date: 27 April 2014
Image ID SBB_3137


22. ID SBB_3139 East Mersea stone in the centre with Point Clear beyond and Brightlingsea on the left.
Part of a collection of aerial views of Mersea taken by Stacey...

22. East Mersea stone in the centre with Point Clear beyond and Brightlingsea on the left.
Part of a collection of aerial views of Mersea taken by Stacey...
Date: 27 April 2014
Image ID SBB_3139


23. ID SBB_3147 View northward up the River Colne with Geedon Creek going off to the left. Rat Island lower centre. Alresford Creek is visible just above centre...

23. View northward up the River Colne with Geedon Creek going off to the left. Rat Island lower centre. Alresford Creek is visible just above centre...
Date: 27 April 2014
Image ID SBB_3147


24. ID SHP_SAN_706 Launch of PEACOCK VENTURE at Wivenhoe, 1981. The biggest ship ever built on the Colne. Built James W. Cook & Co., yard No. 1468.
IMO No. 8027391, Official No....

24. Launch of PEACOCK VENTURE at Wivenhoe, 1981. The biggest ship ever built on the Colne. Built James W. Cook & Co., yard No. 1468. IMO No. 8027391, Official No....
Date: 26 November 1981
Image ID SHP_SAN_706


25. ID SHP_SAN_712 SAINT KEARAN launched at James Cook, Wivenhoe. Yard No. 1457, IMO No. 7711397, Official No. 379462 441 grt, built for J.& A. Gardner.

25. SAINT KEARAN launched at James Cook, Wivenhoe. Yard No. 1457, IMO No. 7711397, Official No. 379462 441 grt, built for J.& A. Gardner.
Date: 22 June 1978
Image ID SHP_SAN_712


26. ID SHP_SAN_716 SAINT ORAN launched at James Cook's shipyard, Wivenhoe. Yard No. 1464, 573 grt., IMO No. 8003759, Official No. 389414, built for J. & A. Gardner.

26. SAINT ORAN launched at James Cook's shipyard, Wivenhoe. Yard No. 1464, 573 grt., IMO No. 8003759, Official No. 389414, built for J. & A. Gardner.
Date: 9 December 1980
Image ID SHP_SAN_716


27. ID SHP_SAN_720 RIVER TAMAR approaching Rowhedge on the River Colne after sailing from Colchester. Built 1981 by James Cook, Wivenhoe, yard no. 1465, 538 grt, IMO No. 8018936....

27. RIVER TAMAR approaching Rowhedge on the River Colne after sailing from Colchester. Built 1981 by James Cook, Wivenhoe, yard no. 1465, 538 grt, IMO No. 8018936....
Date: 24 April 1988
Image ID SHP_SAN_720


28. ID SHP_SAN_722 RIVER TAMAR approaching Rowhedge on the River Colne after sailing from Colchester. Built 1981 by James Cook, Wivenhoe, yard no. 1465, 538 grt, IMO No. 8018936....

28. RIVER TAMAR approaching Rowhedge on the River Colne after sailing from Colchester. Built 1981 by James Cook, Wivenhoe, yard no. 1465, 538 grt, IMO No. 8018936....
Date: 24 April 1988
Image ID SHP_SAN_722


29. ID SHP_SAN_732 ALSTON approaching Rowhedge after leaving Colchester. An effluent tanker, she was previously LEADSMAN-1985, IMO No. 6818526, built 1968. Renamed ALS-1997,...

29. ALSTON approaching Rowhedge after leaving Colchester. An effluent tanker, she was previously LEADSMAN-1985, IMO No. 6818526, built 1968. Renamed ALS-1997,...
Date: 1988
Image ID SHP_SAN_732


30. ID SHP_SAN_734 Effluent tanker SCAMMONDEN II passing Rowhedge on the River Colne, after sailing from Colchester.
IMO No. 5299967, built 1962, 813 tons gross.

30. Effluent tanker SCAMMONDEN II passing Rowhedge on the River Colne, after sailing from Colchester.
IMO No. 5299967, built 1962, 813 tons gross.
Date: 1985
Image ID SHP_SAN_734


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