from Newcastle University (youtube)
World's Most Luxurious Yacht (1929)

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from Newcastle University (youtube)
Dock Gates (1920-1929)

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from Newcastle University (youtube)
Our Latest Luxury Liner (1931)

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from Newcastle University (youtube)
World's Greatest Towing Task (1931)

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from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
062763: British Tanker Lux c1910

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from Newcastle University (youtube)
Princess Launches Britain's Biggest Tanker (1950)

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from Newcastle University (youtube)
British Built Submarines (1928)

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from Newcastle University (youtube)
HMS Nelson (1927)

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from Newcastle University (youtube)
Ship Launched (1920-1921)

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from Newcastle University (youtube)
On Board The Dominion Monarch Aka Wallsend (1939)

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from http://www.gracesguide.co.uk/…
1912 Shipbuilding Yards listed by Tonnage
- Part of Grace's Guide to British Industrial History. This page lists British shipbuilding yards during 1912 listed in descending order of tonnage produced, with links to further information about each …

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from Youtube (youtube)
First Lord Opens New Smith Dock (1954)

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from BFI (youtube)
This Working Life: Tales from the Shipyard

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from Flickr (flickr)
Ranchi(19470628)

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from Flickr (flickr)
Ranchi

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from Flickr (flickr)
Tilsington Court

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from TWAM (flickr)
Elswick Shipyard, 1885

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River Wear
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River Wear
- Overview Geology Course Tributaries Industrial History The Wear is a major river in County Durham. It rises in the East Penines at Wearhead at the confluence of Burnhope Burn and …
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Launch (1973)

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George Renwick (1850-1931)
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George Renwick (1850-1931)
- Summary Further Information Sir George Renwick, 1st Baronet was a politician and shipping magnate, born in Newcastle on 8th March 1850. Renwick co-founded Fisher, Renwick & Co. and had interests …
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Princess Elizabeth in Sunderland

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from Flickr (flickr)
Image taken from page 146 of 'An historical, topographical and descriptive view of the County Palatine of Durham, etc., by E. Mackenzie and [continued by] M. Ross'

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from http://www.shippingandshipbui…
Shipping and Shipbuilding Research Trust
- A Charitable Trust, founded in December 2014, with the objective of "Encouraging interest in, and facilitating research into the maritime heritage of the North East of England between and including …

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from http://www.northeastmaritime.…
North East Maritime Forum
- An online forum for all shipping interests between Berwick and Grimsby, founded in 2012.

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from http://www.teesbuiltships.co.…
Tees Built Ships
- "The River Tees and adjacent port of Hartlepool and West Hartlepool were among the most productive shipbuilding regions in the United Kingdom for over two centuries. Builders such as William …

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Tyne Built Ships
- Website by George Robinson and David Waller, and now part of the Shipping and Shipbuilding Research Trust. The site includes extensive information and photographs of ships built on the many …

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Wear Built Ships
- "....This free-to-use resource aims to present the vital information and the careers of all vessels built by the shipyards of Sunderland and upstream sites on the River Wear, with photographs …

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from Flickr (flickr)
NEM Reheat Engine

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DRYDOCK

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Robert Ropner (1838 - 1924)
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Robert Ropner (1838 - 1924)
- Sir (Emil Hugo Oscar) Robert Ropner, 1st Baronet (1838 -1924) was a shipbuilder business man and later Member of Parliament for Stockton-on-Tees. He was born in Magdeburg, Prussia in 1838, …
Charles Mitchell (1820 - 1895)
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Charles Mitchell (1820 - 1895)
- Charles Mitchell (1820-1895) founded major shipbuilding yards on the River Tyne: Charles Mitchell and Co‎, and later Armstrong, Mitchell and Co, Shipbuilders. He studied at Aberdeen University and then undertook …
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Vickers, Vickers-Armstrong, BAE - Barrow-in Furness
James Knott (1855 - 1934)
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James Knott (1855 - 1934)
- Sir James Knott was a shipping magnate and later a Member of Parliament for Tyneside and then Sunderland. Knott was born on the 31st January 1855, at Howdon on Tyne. …
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DEFENCE / TRANSPORT HMS Sussex, named by Lady Leconfield and launched at Newcastle on Tyne (1928)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Launch of H.M.S. Cruiser H.M.S. Sussex by lady Seconfield (1928)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Blessing of submarine by Bishop of Lancaster (1928)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Launch of 'Changkiant' ferry in Newcastle shipyard (1932)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Princess Royal names merchant ship (1943)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Launch of Cargo ship by Princess Royal (1943)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Triple Launch At Barrow-In-Furness (1937)

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from Youtube (youtube)
First All British A-Sub (1966)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Launch of the SS Himalaya (1948)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Minister of Shipping tours one of the largest shipyards in the North of England (1940)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Sea News - Submarine Launched (1954)

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from Youtube (youtube)
H.M. Submarine "Otus" (1928)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Launching of the RN destroyers HMS Griffen and HMS Greyhound at Barrow (1935)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Biggest Tanker Is The Last Aka Biggest Oil Tanker (1956)

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from Youtube (youtube)
British Gun Boat Built For Siam (1929)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Submarines for Chilean navy launched (1929)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Royal Navy: HMS Pandora and HMS Arrow launched at Vickers Shipyard (1929)

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from Youtube (youtube)
HMS Cumberland Launched (1926)

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from Youtube (youtube)
BARROW: TANKER LAUNCHED (1956)

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from Youtube (youtube)
French Liner raised at Newcastle. (1921)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Royal Navy fleet repair ship launched (1928)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Barrow-In-Furness Royal Launch Aka Launching Of Oriana (1959)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Launch of the "Eva Peron" in Barrow-in-Furness (1949)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Orontes launched at Barrow-in-Furness (1929)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Launch Of The Strathallan At Barrow (1937)

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from Youtube (youtube)
New Ship Under Construction (1962)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Scythia launched at Barrow (1920)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Launch Of Orcades (1936)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Launch of HMS Ajax (1934)

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from Youtube (youtube)
The New Orontes (1929)

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from Youtube (youtube)
HMS Medway (1928)

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from Youtube (youtube)
S.S. British Sovereign (1950-1959)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Luxury Liner And Out Takes (1925)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Royal Navy: Launch of 'Cygnet' and 'Crescent' destroyers (1931)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Queen Names Giant Tanker (1965)

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from Youtube (youtube)
With The Church's Blessing (1929)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Countess Mountbatten christens England's new tanker (1952)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Launch Of Liner "Stratheden" (1937)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Three torpedo boats launched at Barrow (1937)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Launching In HMS Hermes (1953)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Launching of new RN aircraft carrier, HMS Illustrious (1939)

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from Youtube (youtube)
The New Fleet Repair Ship (1928)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Launching Of The SS Scythia AKA Luxury Liner Launched (1920)

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from Youtube (youtube)
Largest Vessel Launched On The Tees (1928)

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Furness Shipbuilding Company (1917 - 1979)
- The Furness Shipbuilding Company was located by the River Tees in Haverton Hill, Stockton-on-Tees. It was established during the First World War and closed in 1979.
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Launch Of The SS Remois Aka S.S. Remois Launched (1932)

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VICKERS WAVE TEST: (1957)

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