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Background imageBoat Collection: Brownsea Island EPW041058

Brownsea Island EPW041058
Brownsea Island, Studland, Dorset. Montague Grahame-Whites steam yacht Alacrity and Brownsea Island from the east. Photographed in April 1933 by Aerofilms Ltd

Background imageBoat Collection: Chew Valley Lake JEH_22048_032

Chew Valley Lake JEH_22048_032
Chew Valley Lake Sailing Club, Somerset. The reservoir at Chew Valley was opened in 1956 to provide drinking water for Bristol. Opportunities were soon taken to use the lake for leisure activities

Background imageBoat Collection: Whitehall Palace, 1707 6C_WHI_1707

Whitehall Palace, 1707 6C_WHI_1707
Whitehall, Westminster, London. Whitehall Palace was the main royal residence in London between 1530 and 1698. Engraving dated 1707

Background imageBoat Collection: Wreck at Fidlers Reach EAW143996

Wreck at Fidlers Reach EAW143996
River Thames, London November 1964. The capsized German Cargo Vessel " Magdeburg" laden with buses bound for Cuba. A collision with the " Yamashiro Maru" caused the wreck

Background imageBoat Collection: Shipwreck at St Merryn EAW200562

Shipwreck at St Merryn EAW200562
The wreck of the tanker " Hemsley I" at Fox Cove, St Merryn, Cornwall. September 1969. The vessel went ashore here on 12th May 1969 en route from Liverpool to Antwerp. Aerofilms Collection

Background imageBoat Collection: Serpentine, Hyde Park 64R_HYD_1814_S

Serpentine, Hyde Park 64R_HYD_1814_S
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. Woodcut. Hyde Park, London. The Representation of a Seafight on the Serpentine River, in commemoration of Peace in 1814

Background imageBoat Collection: Storck - Dutch Shipping in a River N070598

Storck - Dutch Shipping in a River N070598
APSLEY HOUSE, London. " Dutch Shipping in a River" by Abraham STORCK (1644-1704). WM 1642-1948. Provisionally Spanish Royal Collection. Captured at Vitoria 1813

Background imageBoat Collection: Cliveden ferry CC72_01262

Cliveden ferry CC72_01262
CLIVEDEN FERRY, Cliveden, Taplow, Buckinghamshire. The ferryman is ready to take two men and a boy across the river. The man seated on the side of the boat holds a camera

Background imageBoat Collection: Wrecks, Elmley Ferry N100303

Wrecks, Elmley Ferry N100303
ELMLEY FERRY, Murston, Sittingbourne, Kent. View of two beached ship wrecks

Background imageBoat Collection: Roman galley N100094

Roman galley N100094
PORTCHESTER CASTLE, Hampshire. Reconstruction drawing by Peter Dunn (English Heritage Graphics Team) showing a galley from the Roman fleet Classis Britannica

Background imageBoat Collection: Sailing boat a002064

Sailing boat a002064
SAILING BOAT, Southend on Sea, Essex. A small sailing boat turning in the wind off Southend-on-Sea. Photographed by Stanley W Rawlings. Date range: 1945 - 1965

Background imageBoat Collection: Crome - The Yarmouth Water Frolic K991018

Crome - The Yarmouth Water Frolic K991018
KENWOOD HOUSE, THE IVEAGH BEQUEST, London. " The Yarmouth Water Frolic" c.1821 by John CROME and John Berney CROME

Background imageBoat Collection: Grimsby Docks 1933 EPW042806

Grimsby Docks 1933 EPW042806
GRIMSBY DOCKS, Lincolnshire. Aerial view, August 1933. This view shows Alexandra Dock, with the Victoria Mills, a moored sailing barge and Corporation Bridge to the right

Background imageBoat Collection: The Floating Harbour, Bristol. 1921 EPW005446

The Floating Harbour, Bristol. 1921 EPW005446
FLOATING HARBOUR, Bristol. Aerial view. Steamer docked in the floating harbour opposite a transit warehouse and railway goods yard, March 1921

Background imageBoat Collection: Gysels - A Flemish Village: the River Landing Stage N070602

Gysels - A Flemish Village: the River Landing Stage N070602
APSLEY HOUSE, London. " A Flemish Village: the River Landing Stage" by Peeter GYSELS (1621-1690), school of Brueghel. Spanish Royal Collection. Captured by Wellington at Vitoria 1813

Background imageBoat Collection: Boatyard, Norfolk BB99_01083

Boatyard, Norfolk BB99_01083
F B Wilds Boatyard, Horning, Norfolk. Interior view. Two boats at different stages of construction, and a parked moped. Photographed by Hallam Ashley 1963

Background imageBoat Collection: A Shipwreck N070540

A Shipwreck N070540
APSLEY HOUSE, London. " A Shipwreck". Studio replica after Claude Joseph VERNET (1714-89). WM 1575-1948. Provisionally Spanish Royal Collection, captured at Vitoria 1813

Background imageBoat Collection: Scarborough a99_00348

Scarborough a99_00348
SCARBOROUGH, North Yorkshire. Fishing boats moored in the old harbour, looking towards the town with the castle dominating the hill behind the town. Photographed by Hallam Ashley c.1959

Background imageBoat Collection: Fishing boats a98_10882

Fishing boats a98_10882
GREAT YARMOUTH, Norfolk. Fishing boats entering the harbour mouth. Photographed by Hallam Ashley in November 1947

Background imageBoat Collection: Lambeth Suspension Bridge CC73_00496

Lambeth Suspension Bridge CC73_00496
LAMBETH SUSPENSION BRIDGE, London. The bridge was constructed across the River Thames in 1861-2. In the foreground a crane unloads bricks from a barge onto a horse drawn cart

Background imageBoat Collection: London Docks a065076

London Docks a065076
LONDON DOCKS. The view between two moored ships to a passenger ship behind. Photographed by John Gay in July 1965

Background imageBoat Collection: Berney Arms Windmill J850090

Berney Arms Windmill J850090
BERNEY ARMS WINDMILL, Norfolk Broads. General view with river and boats. One of Norfolks best and largest extant marsh mills, built to grind a constituent of cement and in use until 1951

Background imageBoat Collection: London Docks a064927

London Docks a064927
LONDON DOCKS. Ships and barges moored at the docks with cranes overhead, a warning sign hanging on chains in the foreground. Photographed by John Gay in July 1965

Background imageBoat Collection: Canary Wharf N080011

Canary Wharf N080011
CANARY WHARF, London. View from Hungerford Footbridge towards Canary Wharf, Docklands

Background imageBoat Collection: The launch of the RMS Aquitania BL22100_027

The launch of the RMS Aquitania BL22100_027
RMS AQUITANIA. Launch, April 21st, 1913. The Aquitania was the third of the Cunard Line express ocean liners (after the Mauretania and Lusitania), and the last four-stack liner to be built

Background imageBoat Collection: Tower of London engraving N070831

Tower of London engraving N070831
TOWER OF LONDON. The South View of the Tower of London by Samuel and Nathaniel Buck, 1737

Background imageBoat Collection: Fishermen, Falmouth Pier CC56_00752

Fishermen, Falmouth Pier CC56_00752
FALMOUTH PIER, Cornwall. View of fishermen unloading their catches with boats moored in the background. Edwardian era photograph by Henry Taunt

Background imageBoat Collection: Scarborough Castle engraving N070749

Scarborough Castle engraving N070749
SCARBOROUGH CASTLE, North Yorkshire. The Castle and Town of Scarborough as they appear a quarter of a mile from the Spaw by Samuel and Nathaniel Buck

Background imageBoat Collection: Marble Hill House J870560

Marble Hill House J870560
MARBLE HILL HOUSE, Twickenham, Richmond, Middlesex. View of the house from the River Thames

Background imageBoat Collection: Shipwreck at Saltwick Bay K020590

Shipwreck at Saltwick Bay K020590
SALTWICK BAY, North Yorkshire. View of a shipwreck and Black Nab Rock on the sea shore. The wreck is of the Admiral van Tromp, a fishing vessel wrecked in 1976

Background imageBoat Collection: Oxford boats K991458

Oxford boats K991458
RIVER CHERWELL, Oxford, Oxfordshire. Rowing boats moored at Magdalen Bridge

Background imageBoat Collection: Oil Rig on the river Tees JLP01_08_099192

Oil Rig on the river Tees JLP01_08_099192
Graythorp, Hartlepool. An aerial view of tug boats towing the oil platform Graythorp I along the Tees Estuary away from Graythorp

Background imageBoat Collection: St Ias Church, St Ives a98_04734

St Ias Church, St Ives a98_04734
ST IAs CHURCH, St Ives, Cornwall. The east end of the early 15th-century church of St Ia, St Ives, seen from the harbour. A boat is pulled up in the foreground

Background imageBoat Collection: Thames boathouse BL11138

Thames boathouse BL11138
THE ISLET, Court Road, Maidenhead Court, Berkshire. Looking over the backwater at the end of the garden towards the boathouse attached to the main house. Electric launch in the foreground

Background imageBoat Collection: River Thames 21760_09

River Thames 21760_09
RIVER THAMES, London. Aerial view. The River Thames has always been of major importance to the City of London. It provided water (of varying quality), and a means of transportation and communication

Background imageBoat Collection: Anchored on the Medway DIX02_01_189

Anchored on the Medway DIX02_01_189
Sailing vessels including a tall ship at anchor on the River Medway below Rochester Bridge, Kent. Photographed by J Dixon Scott between 1925 and 1935

Background imageBoat Collection: Crag Lough N060764

Crag Lough N060764
CRAG LOUGH, Hadrians Wall, Northumberland. General view of Crag Lough with boat. hadrian

Background imageBoat Collection: Cabin suite, RMS Olympic BL24990_032

Cabin suite, RMS Olympic BL24990_032
The " Bibby" cabin suite D23, RMS Olympic, White Star Line, 1920-21. The Olympic was sister ship to the ill-fated Titanic and Britannic

Background imageBoat Collection: Jacksons Warehouse, Manchester IC295_001

Jacksons Warehouse, Manchester IC295_001
Cut-away reconstruction illustration, by Allan T Adams, of Jacksons Warehouse, Piccadilly Basin, Manchester, being used by the Rochdale Canal Company

Background imageBoat Collection: Blyth coal staith a039506

Blyth coal staith a039506
General view of the coal staith at Blyth Power Station, Bedlington, Northumberland. View from the north west, with the frame of a coal barge in the foreground

Background imageBoat Collection: Sea Challenger, Westermost Rough Wind Farm DP168932

Sea Challenger, Westermost Rough Wind Farm DP168932
Westermost Rough Wind Farm six weeks after completion. Turbine installation was carried out using this purpose built specialist jack-up vessel, Sea Challenger

Background imageBoat Collection: Thames pleasure craft CC73_00991

Thames pleasure craft CC73_00991
Cleeve Lock, Goring, Oxfordshire. A group of people enjoying a pleasure ride on the steam-powered boat The Fashion, circa 1900

Background imageBoat Collection: Night scene looking across the water towards the town of Rye CGH01_01_0149

Night scene looking across the water towards the town of Rye CGH01_01_0149
A night scene looking across the water towards the town of Rye, East Sussex, with the rooftops silhouetted against the moonlit sky. Watercolour painting by Charles George Harper. Date range: 1892-1933

Background imageBoat Collection: Worcester Bridge AL2383_062_01

Worcester Bridge AL2383_062_01
Worcester Bridge, Worcester. View from the north-west looking across the River Severn towards Worcester Bridge and the Cathedral

Background imageBoat Collection: Dartmouth Castle IC123 / 012

Dartmouth Castle IC123 / 012
DARTMOUTH CASTLE, Devon. Reconstruction drawing of Dartmouth Castle as it may have looked in about 1550. Artist Peter Urmston (2016)

Background imageBoat Collection: 3rd class cabin, RMS Olympic BL24990_053

3rd class cabin, RMS Olympic BL24990_053
A 3rd class 2 berth cabin, RMS Olympic, White Star Line, 1920-21. The Olympic was sister ship to the ill-fated Titanic and Britannic

Background imageBoat Collection: 3rd class companionway, RMS Olympic BL24990_049

3rd class companionway, RMS Olympic BL24990_049
Third class entrance and companionway, RMS Olympic, White Star Line, 1920-21. The Olympic was sister ship to the ill-fated Titanic and Britannic

Background imageBoat Collection: 2nd class cabin, RMS Olympic BL24990_045

2nd class cabin, RMS Olympic BL24990_045
A 2nd class four berth cabin, RMS Olympic, White Star Line, 1920-21. The Olympic was sister ship to the ill-fated Titanic and Britannic



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