EAW053074 ENGLAND (1954). Marine Parade and Seaway, Southend-on-Sea, 1954

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Details

Title [EAW053074] Marine Parade and Seaway, Southend-on-Sea, 1954
Reference EAW053074
Date 4-January-1954
Link
Place name SOUTHEND-ON-SEA
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 588662, 185094
Longitude / Latitude 0.72041217952533, 51.532701505358
National Grid Reference TQ887851

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S.M.N.Co.'s TSMV " New Prince Of Wales I", 75ft loa x 22ft beam. Built in early 1920's by Haywards of Southend as "Julia Freak" for for Southend Motor Navigation Co. Requisitioned by RN on May 28th 1940 for service during Operation Dynamo, before further war Service as RN inshore minesweeper. Back to Southend holidaymaker excursion trips post-War.

bargee1937
Thursday 18th of June 2015 11:15:47 PM
TSMV Southend "Britannia", 109ft loa x 25ft beam. Licensed to carry 345 passengers. Requisitioned by RN on May 28th 1940 for service during Operation Dynamo, before further war Service as RN Harbour tender. Back to Southend holidaymaker excursion trips post-War. Built by Thornycroft's, and launched 1924.

bargee1937
Thursday 18th of June 2015 11:12:05 PM
75ft loa TSMV "Britannia I" owned by Charles & Arthur Myall, built by Haywards of Southend in the 1920's. Commandeered by RN in May, 1940, had war service as an inshore minesweeper. No details available of any Dunkirk Service - no mentioned in any of the Lists of Dunkirk little Ships.

bargee1937
Thursday 18th of June 2015 11:07:40 PM