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J. P. Rennoldson and Sons, Shipbuilders

Ship Building South Shields
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002391:Rennoldson's shipyard South Shields 1914

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Pinned by Simon Cotterill
J. P. Rennoldson and Sons, Shipbuilders
- "Ship Builders of South Shields 1863 J. P. Rennoldson opened a slipway for small wooden craft in South Shields, near the Lawe. 1870s The yard began iron shipbuilding...."

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South Shields
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South Shields
- Overview History Timeline Map South Shields is a coastal town in South Tyneside at the mouth of the River Tyne, about 4.8 miles downstream from Newcastle. During the Roman occupation …


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