Blyth Shipbuilding


Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. Ltd. est. 1883.

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Launch Of HMS Falconet At Blyth (1938)

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View of Blyth Shipyard in 1958

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Fitting out quay

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Inside Platers' shop

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Platers' shop & mould loft

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Welding bay in Platers' shop

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Inside mould loft

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Plumleaf

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Blyth
- Overview History Map Blyth is a costal town and port in Northumberland situated by the River Blyth approximately 13 miles north east of Newcastle. The port of Blyth dates back ...

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