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The Northumberland lifeboat Lizzie Porter, which entered service at Holy Island in 1909

The Northumberland lifeboat Lizzie Porter, which entered service at Holy Island in 1909


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The Northumberland lifeboat Lizzie Porter, which entered service at Holy Island in 1909

The Northumberland lifeboat Lizzie Porter, which entered service at Holy Island in 1909 until 1925 before moving to North Sunderland where stayed until 1936.
She was launched 34 times in total and saved 77 lives. She was twice awarded the RNLI silver medal.
Circa 1985

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Media ID 21920046

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