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The "Lady Launchers"of Dungeness, Kent, have - by tradition - for generations

The 'Lady Launchers'of Dungeness, Kent, have - by tradition - for generations


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The "Lady Launchers"of Dungeness, Kent, have - by tradition - for generations

The " Lady Launchers" of Dungeness, Kent, have - by tradition - for generations turned out night and day, in storms and fog, to help launch the lifeboat Mabel. E. Holland which their men crew.
Picture shows: The wives of the lifeboat crew stand bias the lifeboat slides in to the water at Dungeness.
29th January 1970

Arthur Sidey
Daily Mirror
Mirrorpix
Dungeness
Kent
England

Media ID 21919878

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