Images for Category Barges

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1. ID RG040003 Postcard of sailing barge BLACKWATER at Bradwell. Believed to be pre-1935.
The distant vessel is most likely to be CARNARVONSHIRE 9,406 grt built 1914, but...
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1. Postcard of sailing barge BLACKWATER at Bradwell. Believed to be pre-1935. The distant vessel is most likely to be CARNARVONSHIRE 9,406 grt built 1914, but...
Date: Before 1935
Image ID RG040003


2. ID IA003275 The last berth for a pair of Thames sailing barges, in the Blackwater, just above Heybridge Basin. The nearest barge is the CHARLES BURLEY, Official No.115905,...
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2. The last berth for a pair of Thames sailing barges, in the Blackwater, just above Heybridge Basin. The nearest barge is the CHARLES BURLEY, Official No.115905,...
Date: 14 June 2009
Image ID IA003275


3. ID IA002310 Barge GOLDEN FLEECE unloading timber on Mersea Hard. The lorries are ex-Army World War I lorries with solid tyres.
The left lorry NO1671 is from Clifford...
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3. Barge GOLDEN FLEECE unloading timber on Mersea Hard. The lorries are ex-Army World War I lorries with solid tyres. The left lorry NO1671 is from Clifford...
Date: 1921
Image ID IA002310


4. ID HBC_018_001 Barge P.A.M. at Mersea Strood. Believed to have been taken by skipper George Blake or his camera.
P.A.M. was built 1901 Rochester Official No. 114801 and...
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4. Barge P.A.M. at Mersea Strood. Believed to have been taken by skipper George Blake or his camera.
P.A.M. was built 1901 Rochester Official No. 114801 and...
Date: c1946
Image ID HBC_018_001


5. ID IA002160 Barge P.A.M. discharging stone at Mersea Strood, with a cheerful gang of Ukrainians. From Tide Time by A.S. Bennett, published 1949. Chapter X describes the...
Cat1 Mersea-->Strood Cat2 Barges-->Pictures

5. Barge P.A.M. discharging stone at Mersea Strood, with a cheerful gang of Ukrainians. From "Tide Time" by A.S. Bennett, published 1949. Chapter X describes the...
Date: c1946
Image ID IA002160


6. ID BF03_001_034_001 Flooding Mistley Quay
Cat1 Places-->Mistley Cat2 Barges-->Pictures

6. Flooding Mistley Quay
Image ID BF03_001_034_001


7. ID BF03_001_045_001 HADLEIGH CASTLE 1912 loading threshing tackle Barling Quay to deliver on Potton Island. James Walton on deck (left hand). From H Smith, High Street, Great...
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7. HADLEIGH CASTLE 1912 loading threshing tackle Barling Quay to deliver on Potton Island. James Walton on deck (left hand). From H Smith, High Street, Great...
Date: 1912
Image ID BF03_001_045_001


8. ID BF03_001_049_001 Ketch barge KATE & EMILY at Pin Mill. Official Number 415.
The Big Barges describes the KATE and EMILY as A clumsy barge with square stern and round...
Cat1 Places-->Orwell Cat2 Barges-->Pictures

8. Ketch barge KATE & EMILY at Pin Mill. Official Number 415.
The Big Barges describes the KATE and EMILY as "A clumsy barge with square stern and round...
Image ID BF03_001_049_001


9. ID BF03_001_064_003 Kirby - the quay. Sailing barge FRED. She belonged to Smeed Dean & Co, of Kent and had probably brought bricks.
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9. Kirby - the quay. Sailing barge FRED. She belonged to Smeed Dean & Co, of Kent and had probably brought bricks.
Image ID BF03_001_064_003


10. ID BF03_001_121_001 The last commercial square rigger to discharge at Ipswich with the spritsail barges MAY and KIMBERLEY. Photo Arthur Bennett.
The square rigged ship is the...
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10. The last commercial square rigger to discharge at Ipswich with the spritsail barges MAY and KIMBERLEY. Photo Arthur Bennett.
The square rigged ship is the...
From: LOCAL PHOTOS, POSTCARDS
Date: July 1939
Image ID BF03_001_121_001


11. 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...
Cat1 Places-->Colchester-->Hythe Cat2 Barges-->Pictures Cat3 Barges-->Pictures

11. 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


12. ID BF03_003_007_002 Schooner barge FRIENDSHIP of 1890. Another copy of the photograph has the caption Ketch barge under tow leaving Dover ( Roger Finch )
From MNL 1891:...
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12. Schooner barge FRIENDSHIP of 1890. Another copy of the photograph has the caption "Ketch barge under tow leaving Dover ( Roger Finch )"
From MNL 1891:...
Date: after 1890
Image ID BF03_003_007_002


13. ID BF21_001_004_001 High water in the Colne. A fleet of barges gets under way with the first of the ebb, bound for the Thames and Medway. This photograph was one of Douglas Went's...
Cat1 Places-->Colne Cat2 Barges-->Pictures

13. High water in the Colne. A fleet of barges gets under way with the first of the ebb, bound for the Thames and Medway. This photograph was one of Douglas Went's...
Image ID BF21_001_004_001


14. ID BF67_001_036_002 Barge MAY FLOWER at Maldon. GB on the sail is Green Brothers, her owners.
Cat1 Places-->Maldon Cat2 Barges-->Pictures

14. Barge MAY FLOWER at Maldon. GB on the sail is Green Brothers, her owners.
From: Barges
Image ID BF67_001_036_002


15. 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...
Cat1 Places-->Colne Cat2 Barges-->Pictures

15. 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


16. ID BF67_001_048_001 Billy Austin, for many years into the 1950s skipper of the READY (MIROSA), at the wheel. Identified in BOXV_012_003
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16. Billy Austin, for many years into the 1950s skipper of the READY (MIROSA), at the wheel. Identified in BOXV_012_003
From: Barges
Image ID BF67_001_048_001


17. ID BF67_001_050_001 The spritsail barge HYACINTH of Maldon was built there by Howard 1889, for E H Bentall. She was owned by George Littlebury of Colchester when this photograph...
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17. The spritsail barge HYACINTH of Maldon was built there by Howard 1889, for E H Bentall. She was owned by George Littlebury of Colchester when this photograph...
From: Barges
Date: c1907
Image ID BF67_001_050_001


18. ID BF68_001_008_001 John Leather at the wheel of a barge. The location 
is Rowhedge Ironworks where John worked as a draughtsman and surveyor as 
evident by the leather patches...
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18. John Leather at the wheel of a barge. The location is Rowhedge Ironworks where John worked as a draughtsman and surveyor as evident by the leather patches...
Image ID BF68_001_008_001


19. ID BF68_001_025_003 Unidentified barge being rebuilt at Maldon. A negative but there is also an unscanned print of this.
  I'm pretty sure this is OAK. Cook's books show an...
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19. Unidentified barge being rebuilt at Maldon. A negative but there is also an unscanned print of this.

"I'm pretty sure this is OAK. Cook's books show an...
From: Barges
Date: c1961
Image ID BF68_001_025_003


20. ID BF68_001_030_007 Unknown barge loaded with timber passing Rowhedge. CAP PILAR and Wivenhoe in background.
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20. Unknown barge loaded with timber passing Rowhedge. CAP PILAR and Wivenhoe in background.
From: Barges
Image ID BF68_001_030_007


21. ID BF68_001_030_014 CAMBRIA unloading at Fingringhoe. She was built by the Everards at Greenhithe in 1906 and registered in London Official No. 120676.
Cat1 Places-->Fingringhoe Cat2 Barges-->Pictures

21. CAMBRIA unloading at Fingringhoe. She was built by the Everards at Greenhithe in 1906 and registered in London Official No. 120676.
From: Barges
Image ID BF68_001_030_014


22. ID BF68_001_126_001 NORTHDOWN and REDOUBTABLE
Cat1 [Not Set] Cat2 Barges-->Pictures

22. NORTHDOWN and REDOUBTABLE
From: Barges
Image ID BF68_001_126_001


23. ID BF68_001_129_002 Barges in the snow at Colchester Hythe. Ice on the river - the view is down the Colne from Hythe Bridge. The barge nearest is FLEUR DE LIS and on the opposite...
Cat1 Places-->Colchester-->Hythe Cat2 Barges-->Pictures

23. Barges in the snow at Colchester Hythe. Ice on the river - the view is down the Colne from Hythe Bridge. The barge nearest is FLEUR DE LIS and on the opposite...
From: Barges
Image ID BF68_001_129_002


24. ID BF68_001_129_011 VICTORIA.
Used in Spritsail Barges of the Thames and Medway, page 34.
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24. VICTORIA.
Used in Spritsail Barges of the Thames and Medway, page 34.
From: Barges
Image ID BF68_001_129_011


25. ID BF68_001_129_012 Smead Deen Barge in Thames (?)
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25. Smead Deen Barge in Thames (?)
From: Barges
Image ID BF68_001_129_012


26. ID BF69_001_029 Aldous Successors Ltd catalogue - page 26. Smithy and Ironwork section. Photo of barge RUNIC being converted. Official No. 118460.
Cat1 Places-->Brightlingsea-->Shipyards Cat2 Barges-->Pictures

26. Aldous Successors Ltd catalogue - page 26. Smithy and Ironwork section. Photo of barge RUNIC being converted. Official No. 118460.
Date: c1932
Image ID BF69_001_029


27. ID BF69_001_029_001 Barge RUNIC being converted at Aldous Successors, Brightlingsea. Official No. 118460, built Krimpen 1904, owned by E.J. & W. Goldsmith.
Photograph from an...
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27. Barge RUNIC being converted at Aldous Successors, Brightlingsea. Official No. 118460, built Krimpen 1904, owned by E.J. & W. Goldsmith.
Photograph from an...
Date: c1932
Image ID BF69_001_029_001


28. ID BF70_001_050_001 Sailing barge prepares to drop down through the opening in the Army bridge across the Colne connecting Rowhedge with Wivenhoe. This was built by the Royal...
Cat1 [Not Set] Cat2 Places-->Rowhedge Cat3 Places-->Rowhedge Cat4 Barges-->Pictures

28. Sailing barge prepares to drop down through the opening in the Army bridge across the Colne connecting Rowhedge with Wivenhoe. This was built by the Royal...
From: Rowhedge photos and documents
Date: c1916
Image ID BF70_001_050_001


29. ID BF73_001_079_054 Sailing barge LADY OF THE LAKE built for service on Lake Nyassa.
Forrestt & Co. Ltd., 1905 Catalogue, Page 53.
Used in Barges, page 27.
Cat1 [Not Set] Cat2 Places-->Wivenhoe-->Shipyards Cat3 Places-->Wivenhoe-->Shipyards

29. Sailing barge LADY OF THE LAKE built for service on Lake Nyassa.
Forrestt & Co. Ltd., 1905 Catalogue, Page 53.
Used in Barges, page 27.
From: Wivenhoe shipyards photos and documents
Date: 1905
Image ID BF73_001_079_054


30. ID BOX003_005_F001 Cement Mud and Muddies. A History of the APCM Barges, by F.G. Willmott. 
Published 1977, ISBN 0 905270 02 9.
Front Cover. Inset picture is DUNSTABLE...
Cat1 Barges-->Documents

30. Cement Mud and Muddies. A History of the APCM Barges, by F.G. Willmott.
Published 1977, ISBN 0 905270 02 9.
Front Cover. Inset picture is DUNSTABLE...
Date: 1977
Image ID BOX003_005_F001


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