EAW029406 ENGLAND (1950). The Docks, Grimsby, 1950

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Manylion

Pennawd [EAW029406] The Docks, Grimsby, 1950
Cyfeirnod EAW029406
Dyddiad 5-April-1950
Dolen
Enw lle GRIMSBY
Plwyf
Ardal
Gwlad ENGLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 527899, 411283
Hydred / Lledred -0.0678141323492, 53.582276541678
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol TA279113

Pinnau

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 Hessle as a pub, she was regrettably broken up a few years ago back here in Grimsby. Her former consorts on the run, Wingfield Castle and Tattershall Castle of 1934 are still in existence,at Hartlepool and on the Thames respectively.

John Wass
Sunday 2nd of November 2014 08:40:27 PM
I well remember my trip on the coal fired Lincoln Castle from Hull to New Holland and back. I think it was a winter's day and I had around a 100 mile each way car trip to get to Hull but it was well worth it.

Class31
Sunday 2nd of November 2014 08:47:49 PM
No.1 Fish Dock

Class31
Monday 3rd of March 2014 07:36:23 PM

Class31
Monday 3rd of March 2014 07:15:10 PM

Cyfraniadau Grŵp

The Dock Tower, Grimsby, 29/08/2014

Class31
Sunday 2nd of November 2014 08:45:30 PM