EPW016549 ENGLAND (1926). Marine Parade and environs, Southend-on-Sea, 1926

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Manylion

Pennawd [EPW016549] Marine Parade and environs, Southend-on-Sea, 1926
Cyfeirnod EPW016549
Dyddiad 26-August-1926
Dolen
Enw lle SOUTHEND-ON-SEA
Plwyf
Ardal
Gwlad ENGLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 588792, 185052
Hydred / Lledred 0.7222619203693, 51.532280791609
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol TQ888851

Pinnau

This is believed to be the SMNCo's 60ft l.o.a. M/L "King George V", peacetime carrying capacity 85 persons. Requisitioned for Operation Dynamo, and taken across by an RN Crew she was presumed lost by the Ministry of Shipping in late June, 1940, and her Owners were requested to apply for compensation. For anyone who wants to know more about the 36 "little ships" from the 7 miles of Southend area waterfront from Canvey ["Monarch" and Allan Barrell's 38ft l.o.a. "Shamrock" went] to Shoebury [the SMNCo's "Duchess of York" - sistership to the "King George V" went]- that took part in the work of the inshore flotilla, ferrying soldiers from the evacuation beaches out to ship in deeper water, search online for the 180-page non-fiction History if Southend's "little ships", - "To rescue Our Soldiers".

bargee1937
Friday 28th of July 2017 03:11:09 PM
This is believed to be the Myall Family's little TSMV "Skylark". Requisitioned for Operation Dynamo, and takne across by her own Master & Crew with a RN Petty Office in nominal command, she survived that Service, survived WW2 and returned to beach-excursions at Southend in 1946. For anyone who wants to know more about the 36 "little ships" from the 7 miles of Southend area waterfront from Canvey ["Monarch" and "Shamrock" went] to Shoebury [the SMNCo "Duchess of York" went]- that took part in the work of the inshore flotilla, ferrying soldiers from the evacuation beaches out to ship in deeper water, search online for the 180-page non-fiction History -"To rescue Our Soldiers".

bargee1937
Friday 28th of July 2017 03:04:28 PM
TSMV "Britannia 1" 75ftft l.o.a., of the Southend Britannia Co. Ltd. of 118 Hartington Road. Owned and Operated by the Myall Family. Board of Trade "Steam 6" Passenger Carrying Certificate to carry 250 persons for Coastal Cruising, trips were made to such Ports as Clacton, Ramsgate, and Margate. Built from the same moulds as the SMNCo's "New Prince Of Wales 1" by Haywards Boat Yard alongside the Kursaal, on land which later became the Kursaal Coach Park, and launched for 1923 Holiday Season. Cost, £8,000 approx.. First in Service at Southend, May, 1923. Taken to Dunkirk by a Naval crew under Command of a very junior RNVR acting sub-Lieutenant. Ferried troops from Dunkirk Harbour and from beaches out to larger ships offshore. Survived Dunkirk operation, and spent rest of WW2 as Riverine minesweeper, in Nore Command* attached to HMS President, and based at Cliffe. [*Ref -see "The Red List" for September, 1940 , et seq.] For an explanation of the circumstances of ALL the 36 Southend "little ships" that took part in the Evacuation from the Dunkirk beaches - read "To Rescue Our Soldiers", - [a 12 page intro. is available to view at] - a copiously-illustrated 180page non-fictional account with explanatory appendices, available for £15.99 from .

bargee1937
Friday 28th of July 2017 02:55:04 PM
TSMV "New Prince Of Wales 1" 75ftft l.o.a., of the Southend Motor Navigation Co. Ltd. Board of Trade "Steam 6" Passenger Carrying Certificate to carry 250 persons for Coastal Cruising, trips were made to such Ports as Clacton, Ramsgate, and Margate. Built by Haywards Boat Yard alongside the Kursaal, on land which later became the Kursaal Coach Park, and launched for 1922 Holiday Season. Cost, £8,000 approx.. First in Service at Southend, May, 1922. Taken to Dunkirk by a Naval crew under Command of a very junior RNVR acting sub-Lieutenant. Ferried troops from Dunkirk Harbour and from beaches out to larger ships offshore. Survived Dunkirk operation, and spent rest of WW2 as Riverine minesweeper, in Nore Command* attached to HMS President, and based at Cliffe. [*Ref -see "The Red List" for September, 1940 , et seq.] For an explanation of the circumstances of ALL the 36 Southend "little ships" that took part in the Evacuation from the Dunkirk beaches - read "To Rescue Our Soldiers", - [a 12 page intro. is available to view at] - a copiously-illustrated 180page non-fictional account with explanatory appendices, available for £15.99 from .

bargee1937
Friday 28th of July 2017 02:51:50 PM
TSMV Southend Britannia 109ft l.o.a., of the Southend Britannia Co. Ltd. Board of Trade "Steam 6" Passenger Carrying Certificate to carry 348 persons for Coastal Cruising, trips were made to such Ports as Clacton, Ramsgate, and Margate. Built as a copy of the New prince of Wales by Thornycroft's Yard at Southampton, , and launched for 1924 Holiday Season. Cost, £12,000 approx.. First in Service at Southend, May, 1924. Taken to Dunkirk by her own master and crew under nominal Command of a very junior RNVR acting sub-Lieutenant. Ferried troops from Dunkirk Harbour and from beaches out to larger ships offshore. Survived Dunkirk operation, and spent rest of WW2 as Naval Auxiliary in Nore Command*. [*Ref -see "The Red List" for September, 1940 , et seq.] For an explanation of the circumstances of ALL the 36 Southend "little ships" that took part in the Evacuation from the Dunkirk beaches - read "To Rescue Our Soldiers", - [a 12 page intro. is available to view at] - a copiously-illustrated 180page non-fictional account with explanatory appendices, available for £15.99 from .

bargee1937
Friday 28th of July 2017 02:45:49 PM
TSMV New Prince of Wales 108ft l.o.a., of the Southend Motor Navigation Co. Ltd. Board of Trade "Steam 6" Passenger Carrying Certificate to carry 375 persons for Coastal Cruising, trips were made to such Ports as Clacton, Ramsgate, and Margate. Built at Bosham by local Boatbuilder Alec Fowler at his Yard on Schoolhouse Rythe, and launched June 1923. Cost, £11,000. First in Service at Southend, August, 1923. Lost off La Panne, May 30th, 1940, due to the incompetence of her Naval Crew. For an explanation of the circumstances of ALL the 36 Southend "little ships" that took part in the Evacuation from the Dunkirk beaches - read "To Rescue Our Soldiers", - [a 12 page intro. is available to view at] - a copiously-illustrated 180page non-fictional account with explanatory appendices, available for £15.99 from .

bargee1937
Friday 28th of July 2017 02:38:04 PM