waw031500 WALES (1950). View of Holyhead showing Le Bon Sauveur convent

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Title [WAW031500] View of Holyhead showing Le Bon Sauveur convent
Reference WAW031500
Date 1950
Link Coflein Archive Item 6414293
Place name
Parish
District
Country WALES
Easting / Northing 224318, 382408
Longitude / Latitude -4.6371992603283, 53.309153008941
National Grid Reference SH243824

Pins

PILLBOX: S0011350

MattOldred
Monday 1st of March 2021 06:04:35 PM
2ndWW pillbox.

redmist
Wednesday 24th of February 2021 05:31:29 PM
The funnel and boat deck of a larger and more modern passenger ferry berthed next to the railway station More modern, but possibly not young enough to be a stern loading car ferry. There are no ramps in evidence and it is not possible to see the stern in the picture.

Maurice
Tuesday 15th of March 2016 07:35:57 AM
Either "Cambria" or Hibernia", motor vessels of 1949 which served here until about 1975/76.

mannidaze
Tuesday 15th of March 2016 08:53:33 PM
This looks like another cargo ship in the dry dock. The LMS, Denny built, fleet also included "Slieve League" and "Slieve Bearnagh"

Maurice
Tuesday 15th of March 2016 07:32:57 AM
Either of "Slieve Bloom" (1930) or " Slieve More" (1932), twin screw steamers on Irish Sea cargo services.

mannidaze
Monday 14th of March 2016 07:19:41 PM
I think this is TSS "Princess Maud" built in 1934 by Denny of Dumbarton for the LMS Stranraer - Larne service and transferred to Holyhead permanently in 1947. She was withdrawn in 1965 and scrapped in 1973 after service in Greece.

mannidaze
Monday 14th of March 2016 07:15:15 PM
The Recreation Ground, Holyhead Town FC.

gBr
Sunday 13th of March 2016 08:30:29 PM