Ship Building


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World's Most Luxurious Yacht (1929)

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Dock Gates (1920-1929)

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Our Latest Luxury Liner (1931)

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World's Greatest Towing Task (1931)

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062763: British Tanker Lux c1910

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Princess Launches Britain's Biggest Tanker (1950)

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British Built Submarines (1928)

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HMS Nelson (1927)

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Ship Launched (1920-1921)

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On Board The Dominion Monarch Aka Wallsend (1939)

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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 ...

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First Lord Opens New Smith Dock (1954)

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This Working Life: Tales from the Shipyard

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Ranchi(19470628)

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Ranchi

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Tilsington Court

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Elswick Shipyard, 1885

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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)
- 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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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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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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North East Maritime Forum
- An online forum for all shipping interests between Berwick and Grimsby, founded in 2012.

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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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NEM Reheat Engine

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DRYDOCK

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