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Background imageNaval Collection: Old Royal Naval College a065183

Old Royal Naval College a065183
OLD ROYAL NAVAL COLLEGE, Greenwich, London. Misty view of the wrought iron gates and gatepiers to the Royal Naval College on Romsey Road, showing the college beyond. Photographed by John Gay

Background imageNaval Collection: Royal Naval College, Dartmouth EPW024215

Royal Naval College, Dartmouth EPW024215
ROYAL NAVAL COLLEGE, Dartmouth, Devon, photographed in 1928. This officer training college was purpose built on this site in 1905 to a design by Sir Aston Webb

Background imageNaval Collection: HMS Warspite EAW005978

HMS Warspite EAW005978
HMS WARSPITE, Prussia Cove, Cornwall. Warspite was launched in 1913 and saw action with the Royal Navy at the Battle of Jutland in 1916

Background imageNaval Collection: The Old Royal Naval College a065204

The Old Royal Naval College a065204
OLD ROYAL NAVAL COLLEGE, Greenwich, London. View from a hill in Greenwich Park, looking north-west across the park towards the Queens House and the Old Royal Naval College

Background imageNaval Collection: HMS Belfast and Tower Bridge a98_05144

HMS Belfast and Tower Bridge a98_05144
TOWER BRIDGE, Stepney, London. Looking down onto the foredeck of the cruiser HMS Belfast. Being guided up the River Thames by two tugs on the approach to Tower Bridge

Background imageNaval Collection: Trafalgar Square J060185

Trafalgar Square J060185
TRAFALGAR SQUARE, City of Westminster, London. An elevated view of the square showing Nelsons Column & National Gallery

Background imageNaval Collection: Chatham Dockyard EAW223251

Chatham Dockyard EAW223251
Chatham Docks, Chatham, from the north-east, showing Rochester and the Thames. A number of vessels are in the naval dockyard. Photographed by Aerofilms Ltd in April 1972

Background imageNaval Collection: HMS Broadsword EAW582726

HMS Broadsword EAW582726
HMS Broadsword (F88) off Plymouth. July 1990. This Type 22 frigate of the Royal Navy was commissioned in 1979. She was sold to the Brazilian Navy in 1995. Aerofilms Collection

Background imageNaval Collection: Sheerness Naval Dockyard EAW037832

Sheerness Naval Dockyard EAW037832
Blue Town and the naval dockyard, Sheerness, Kent. Little ships were collected here in 1940 before being towed across to the Dunkirk beaches. Photographed by Aerofilms Ltd in July 1951

Background imageNaval Collection: The Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich N060940

The Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich N060940
OLD ROYAL NAVAL COLLEGE, Greenwich, London. An aerial view of the baroque Naval College, Queens House, National Maritime Museum and Greenwich Park with The Royal Observatory

Background imageNaval Collection: HMS Wishart a002466

HMS Wishart a002466
HMS WISHART, Hays Wharf, Bermondsey, London. A Thorneycroft modifed W class destroyer launched in 1919, here bedecked in celebratory bunting

Background imageNaval Collection: HMS Warrior J870325

HMS Warrior J870325
HMS WARRIOR, Portsmouth. General view from the bows

Background imageNaval Collection: HMS Amethyst EAW031911

HMS Amethyst EAW031911
HMS Amethyst (F116) moored off the Plymouth Breakwater, Plymouth. Photographed by Aerofilms Ltd in August 1950

Background imageNaval Collection: Chatham Dockyard 27552_024

Chatham Dockyard 27552_024
Chatham Historic Dockyard, Kent. Once one of the Royal Navys main facilities, the dockyard is now a maritime museum. HMS Gannet

Background imageNaval Collection: HMS Centaur EAW108229

HMS Centaur EAW108229
HMS Centaur docked in Liverpool. February 1963. One of the Centaur-class light fleet carriers of the Royal Navy. Launched in 1947 she saw service until 1966. Aerofilms Collection

Background imageNaval Collection: Naval princes D880032

Naval princes D880032
OSBORNE HOUSE, Isle of Wight. The Ryde Album. Naval group, mostly relatives of Queen Victoria, including (left to right): Prince Alfred Duke of Edinburgh and Duke of Saxe-Coburg Gotha (second son)

Background imageNaval Collection: Paddle steamer under arms CC80_00195

Paddle steamer under arms CC80_00195
DEPTFORD CREEK, LONDON. The paddle steamer Plinlimmon (formerly Cambrai) was hired by the Ministry of War transport in 1939

Background imageNaval Collection: Dover Castle siege J020150

Dover Castle siege J020150
DOVER CASTLE, Kent. The siege of 1216. Reconstruction drawing by Peter Dunn (English Heritage Graphics Team) of a naval battle in Sandwich Bay

Background imageNaval Collection: Spithead Review 1924 EPW011365

Spithead Review 1924 EPW011365
REVIEW OF THE FLEET, Spithead, Portsmouth. The Spithead Review in July 1924, at which George V presented colours to the Royal Navy

Background imageNaval Collection: Trafalgar Square J060220

Trafalgar Square J060220
TRAFALGAR SQUARE, City of Westminster, London. An elevated view of the square showing Nelsons Column & the National Gallery at dusk / night

Background imageNaval Collection: Portsmouth Harbour EAW280874

Portsmouth Harbour EAW280874
Portsmouth Harbour. Looking across the harbour and naval dockyards towards Porchester. Photographed by Aerofilms Ltd in July 1974

Background imageNaval Collection: The Old Royal Naval College and Canary Wharf N060982

The Old Royal Naval College and Canary Wharf N060982
GREENWICH PARK, London. A sunset view from Greenwich Park looking towards the Queens House, National Maritime Museum and The Old Royal Naval College

Background imageNaval Collection: The Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich N060942

The Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich N060942
OLD ROYAL NAVAL COLLEGE, Greenwich, London. An aerial view from above Greenwich Park looking towards the Queens House, the National Maritime Museum and the college

Background imageNaval Collection: Royal Naval College CC53_00158

Royal Naval College CC53_00158
ROYAL NAVAL COLLEGE, Greenwich, London. A view of the Royal Naval College from the opposite bank of the Thames with a moored barge in the foreground

Background imageNaval Collection: Devonport Dockyard, Plymouth a42_01082

Devonport Dockyard, Plymouth a42_01082
Devonport Dockyard, South Yard, Covered Slip No. 1, Devonport, Plymouth. The interior of No. 1 covered slip in the South Yard of Devonport Dockyard

Background imageNaval Collection: Chatham Dockyard 27552_022

Chatham Dockyard 27552_022
Chatham Historic Dockyard, Kent. Once one of the Royal Navys main facilities, the dockyard is now a maritime museum. The Ropery, shown here, is a Grade I listed building

Background imageNaval Collection: The Old Royal Naval College a98_06414

The Old Royal Naval College a98_06414
OLD ROYAL NAVAL COLLEGE, Greenwich, London. Exterior perspective view of the college looking along the colonnade. The main building work took place between 1696 and 1712

Background imageNaval Collection: Nelsons Column K060097

Nelsons Column K060097
THE NELSON MEMORIAL, Trafalgar Square, City of Westminster, London. Detail of Nelsons Column

Background imageNaval Collection: Aircraft carriers HAW_9397_20

Aircraft carriers HAW_9397_20
River Tamar, Plymouth, Devon. Royal Navy Aircraft carriers and other military vessels on the River Tamar. Photographed by Harold Wingham in July 1959

Background imageNaval Collection: Japanese naval officers onboard battleship Fuji HBL01_15_186

Japanese naval officers onboard battleship Fuji HBL01_15_186
A group of officers on the deck of the battleship Fuji. The battleship was constructed for the Imperial Japanese Navy by Thames Iron Works, and launched on the Thames on 31st March 1896

Background imageNaval Collection: Spithead review 1897 EGP_22662_056

Spithead review 1897 EGP_22662_056
Spithead, Solent. Elevated view from the foremast of a battleship showing boats forming part of a naval review at Spithead in 1897

Background imageNaval Collection: Stranded submarine JXC01_01_008

Stranded submarine JXC01_01_008
Near Falmouth, Cornwall. The wreck of the submarine UB 106 on the rocks. Five German U-boats were moored at Falmouth after being surrended to the Royal Navy in 1918

Background imageNaval Collection: HMS Flying Fox EAW033316

HMS Flying Fox EAW033316
HMS Flying Fox (Royal Naval Reserve) moored off Hotwell Road, Bristol. Photographed by Aerofilms Ltd in October 1950

Background imageNaval Collection: Portland Harbour EAW002986

Portland Harbour EAW002986
Portland, Dorset. The port and harbour from the north. HMS Nelson and two other battleships at anchor. Also visible are a string of Mulberry Harbour Phoenix breakwater caissons - two can still be

Background imageNaval Collection: HMS Victory EAW648528

HMS Victory EAW648528
HMS Victory, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. Photographed by Aerofilms Ltd in July 1995

Background imageNaval Collection: Albion Dockyard EAW061875

Albion Dockyard EAW061875
HMS Loch Dunvegan moored at the Albion Dockyard, Bristol. Photographed by Aerofilms Ltd in November 1955

Background imageNaval Collection: Spithead Review 1924 EPW011376

Spithead Review 1924 EPW011376
HMS Warspite and other vessels at the Spithead Review off Gosport, Portsmouth. Photographed by Aerofilms Ltd in July 1924

Background imageNaval Collection: HMS Grampus EAW103445

HMS Grampus EAW103445
HMS Grampus off Portsmouth. July 1962. Grampus was a Porpoise-class submarine of the Royal Navy, launched in 1957. Aerofilms Collection

Background imageNaval Collection: RFA Lyme Bay 24688_016

RFA Lyme Bay 24688_016
ROYAL FLEET AUXILIARY LYME BAY L3007. Aerial view of one of the Royal Navys amphibious assault vessels (Bay Class landing ship dock), moored alongside at Portland Harbour

Background imageNaval Collection: Trafalgar Monument IoE 474404

Trafalgar Monument IoE 474404
Anchor from HMS Victory set on battered granite stone plinth. Clarence Esplanade, Portsmouth, Hampshire. IoE 474404

Background imageNaval Collection: Stranded submarines JXC01_02_006

Stranded submarines JXC01_02_006
Falmouth, Cornwall. A view from the shore of the lifting rig Cyklop, with two stranded submarines in the foreground, and another between Cyklop and the shore

Background imageNaval Collection: Stranded submarine JXC01_01_011

Stranded submarine JXC01_01_011
Falmouth, Cornwall. A view from the shore showing people aboard the wreck of UB 112, on the rocks west of Pendennis Point, with a sailing boat in the foreground

Background imageNaval Collection: Stranded submarine JXC01_01_005

Stranded submarine JXC01_01_005
Falmouth, Cornwall. Naval visitors aboard the wreck of UB 112, stranded on the rocks west of Pendennis Point. Five German U-boats were moored at Falmouth after being surrended to the Royal Navy in

Background imageNaval Collection: Spithead Review 1924 EPW011367

Spithead Review 1924 EPW011367
Vessels at the Spithead Review. Closest is HMS Coventry. Nearest is a Revenge class battleship, with the Royal Yacht beyond. Photographed by Aerofilms Ltd in July 1924

Background imageNaval Collection: Seaplane sheds EPW024422

Seaplane sheds EPW024422
HM Naval Seaplane Training School Seaplane Sheds, Lee-on-Solent, Gosport, Hampshire. Photographed by Aerofilms Ltd in September 1928

Background imageNaval Collection: Spithead Review 1924 EPW011377

Spithead Review 1924 EPW011377
Vessels at the Spithead Review. Closest is HMS Coventry. Photographed by Aerofilms Ltd in July 1924

Background imageNaval Collection: The Admiralty, Whitehall 1750s 6C_WHI_1750_B

The Admiralty, Whitehall 1750s 6C_WHI_1750_B
The Admiralty building near Whitehall, Westminster, London. Admiralty was built by Thomas Ripley 1723-26. Engraving of 1750 by B. Cole. Mayson Beeton Collection

Background imageNaval Collection: Royal Yacht Britannia EAW075124

Royal Yacht Britannia EAW075124
The Royal Yacht Britannia in Portsmouth Harbour. May 1959. Aerofilms Collection



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