EAW029404 ENGLAND (1950). The Dock Tower and No. 1 Graving Dock, Grimsby, 1950

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Delweddau cyfagos (22)

EAW029404
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EAW029014
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EPW012668
  304° 41m
EAW029406
  150° 44m
EAW029075
  27° 48m
EAW029068
  78° 51m
EAW029407
  153° 63m
EAW029405
  199° 65m
EAW029016
  269° 73m
EAW029073
  191° 74m
EAW029077
  102° 81m
EAW029410
  71° 103m
EPW053397
  185° 120m
EAW029072
  55° 137m
EAW029071
  226° 146m
EAW029013
  300° 155m
EAW029070
  250° 167m
EAW029067
  84° 176m
EAW029078
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EAW029074
  98° 207m
EAW029409
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EPW012666
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Manylion

Pennawd [EAW029404] The Dock Tower and No. 1 Graving Dock, Grimsby, 1950
Cyfeirnod EAW029404
Dyddiad 5-April-1950
Dolen
Enw lle GRIMSBY
Plwyf
Ardal
Gwlad ENGLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 527877, 411322
Hydred / Lledred -0.068130299263475, 53.582632291739
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol TA279113

Pinnau


Class31
Monday 10th of March 2014 11:36:58 PM
Brake vans for goods trains

MB
Tuesday 4th of March 2014 03:39:14 PM
Lucam with an internal hoist for raising or lowering goods from railway trucks beneath

MB
Tuesday 4th of March 2014 03:34:46 PM
Strings of vans with their doors open ... are they being dried and aired before their next wet and smelly cargo of fish?

Maurice
Tuesday 4th of March 2014 08:23:00 AM

Maurice
Tuesday 4th of March 2014 08:21:19 AM
Paddle steamer in dry dock. There is another paddle steamer standing outside the dock in EPW053393 at a rather earlier date.

Maurice
Tuesday 4th of March 2014 08:15:53 AM
This is The Humber ferry PS Lincoln Castle of 1940. Served on the Hull - New Holland route until c1978 for British Railways and their successors. The last paddle steamer in regular service in the British Isles and coal fired until the end. Subsequently preserved in Grimsby as a pub, she was regrettably broken up a few years ago. Her former consorts on the run, Wingfield Castle and Tattershall Castle of 1934 are still in existence,at Hartlepool and on the Thames respectively.

mannidaze
Tuesday 4th of March 2014 11:24:31 PM
The paddle steamer mentioned as a pub in Hull below was actually on the river front near to the Humber Bridge at Hessle. From there she came back to Grimsby were she found herself stranded on the wrong side of a new road bridge over the former dock entrance. The only option was dismantling to be moved out and so she was then scrapped.

John Wass
Sunday 2nd of November 2014 08:33:47 PM
Possibly Grimsby trawler GY311

MB
Friday 21st of February 2014 11:29:22 AM
Small steam locomotive used for shunting wagons on the dockside railway sidings

MB
Friday 21st of February 2014 11:27:24 AM