Written in German text, this book tells about old harbours throughout Northern Europe, and how they are adapting to the changing trading and commercial patterns of the 21st century.
This hardback, landscape book is full of large impressive photographs taken at the Port of Hamburg. It has been written by Klaus-Peter Kiedel at the Deutsche Schiffahrts Museum.
Written by Geoff Lunn, this book traces some of the many ways in which Medway and Swale Shipping has changed and developed over the last century. Each page is dedicated to two fascinating illustrations and a detailed caption.
This hardback, landscape book is full of large impressive photographs taken at the Port of Bremerhaven fron 1950 to 1965. It has been written by Klaus-Peter Kiedel at the Deutsche Schiffahrts Museum.
Written by Andrew Gladwell, this photographic book with detailed captions tells the story of the well-loved paddle steamers (e.g. Embassy, Consul, Monarch and Emperor of India) operated by Cosens of Weymouth along the scenic Dorset coast.
Written by Stan Basnett, this book presents a pictorial record of the changes that have gradually taken place in the shipping scene around the Isle of Man since the Second World War to the present day. The book is reduced to £6.00 (RRP £15.00).
This hardback, 162 page book by David Wilson is about the development of the town of Falmouth, its harbour and its shipping. It is also about the people who spent their working lives around the Fal estuary and along the dangerous and magnificent coastline of west Cornwall.
This hardback, landscape book is full of large impressive photographs taken at the Port of Cuxhaven. It has been written by Klaus-Peter Kiedel and Horst Koperschmidt at the Deutsche Schiffahrts Museum.
Written by Campbell McCutcheon and published by Amberley Publishing, this book tells the story of the ships of Scapa Flow, their sinking and their salvage, using many previously unseen images of the recovery and subsequent removal of many of the German battleships and cruisers to Rosyth dockyard in Fife for breaking up.
In its 192 pages this book contains a remarkable illustrated recollection of shipping on the Clyde over a hundred years. It has been written by George C O'Hara for the Scottish Shipowners Benevolent Association. The book is packed with information and photographs and is remarkable value.
Here is the story of Folkestone Harbour its ships and its passages, principally to Boulogne - for which it will always be associated - but also to Flushing, Ostend, Dunkirk and Calais.
For centuries, Somerset depended on its harbours and rivers as its lifeblood. This is the story of the country's ports, pills and waterways - the unique vessels and the skilled men that used them, the cargoes they carried and the day-to-day practicalities of their lives.