Britain builds a fast new 12,000 ton cargo ship. Furness shipbuilding yard
Britain builds a fast new 12,000 ton cargo ship. Furness shipbuilding yard, Middlesborough. The new cargo ship Empire Chieftain is designed for the purpose of transporting the special kind of cargo which war needs have brought about. Pictured, the bows of another ship under construction partly hide this bow view from the port side. September 1943
The Hull trawler Junella seen here in dry dock, Hull. Undergoing repairs after striking
The Hull trawler Junella seen here in dry dock, Hull. Undergoing repairs after striking and grounding on the Comet Rocks NW of Eilean Troday, Isle of Skye during a violent force nine storm. 28th October 1980
1980, 1980s, 20th Century, Dry Dock, England, Humber Estuary, Industry And Work, Shipbuilding, Shipping, Shipyard, Transport, Trawler, United Kingdom, Yorkshire
The Echo, seen being launched here in 1957 from Charles Hill'
The Echo, seen being launched here in 1957 from Charles Hill's shipyard in the Floating Harbour, was built for the Bristol Steam Navigation Company (later Bristol Seaway) Working the Dublin/Cork -Avonmouth route she was converted for container traffic in 1969
1950s, 1957, 20th Century, Bristol, Docks, England, Fifties, Flashback, Industry And Work, Launching, Nostalgia, Not Personality, River Avon, Shipbuilding, Ships, Shipyard, South West, Transport, United Kingdom