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    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.

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    This book is intended to give a snapshot of the events that occurred in the shipping industry during 2017. There were many talking points during the year as the industry was still coping with the effects following the departure of some well known owners the previous year. All three authors are keen ship photographers and have written for a variety of...

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    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.

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    This book by Mike G Fell OBE is packed with photographs and illustrations that make up the history of tthe Port of Goole and its railways. Softback, 120 pages. 

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    On the basis of previously unpublished documents he describes his remarkable relationship with Erich Gröner, at the time the best connoisseur of German maritime and naval history. Kludas examines Schwadtke's conflicting experiences in 1944/45 and explains the importance of the manuals on the German merchant fleet, which Schwadtke published until the...

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    Bristol City Docks Through Time shows how an important harbour since the thirteenth century has become a magnet for leisure and tourism in the twentieth century. This fascinating selection of photographs and captions trace some of the many ways in which Bristol docks have changed and developed over the last century. This book has 96 pages and over 150...

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    The British India Steam Navigation Company Limited, dating from 1862, was one of Britain’s largest and most important shipping firms and has been owned by the even larger P&O since 1914. BI, as it was commonly called, created and maintained a great network of sea-going services – to Africa, India and the Middle East.

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    Written by Clive Holden and published by Amberley Publishing, this well illustrated book takes a look at some of the many ways chatham Naval Dockyard & Barracks have changed and developed over the last century.

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    This fascinating selection of old colour postcards and photographs matched with modern images traces some of the many ways in which Cork Harbour, situated at the mouth of the River Lee, has changed and developed over the last century.

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    The distinctive Cosen fleet with their buff funnels became part og the Dorset coast scenery for a century. Cosens offered passengers from the crowded piers at Weymouth and Bournemouth the opportunity to cruise to the Isle of Wight, Swanage, Portland and landing by ramp onto the beach at Lulworth Cove. 

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    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.

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    On 29 September 1995, the Liverpool dockers, refused to cross a picket line and were immediately dismissed by the Mersey Docks & Harbour Co. Men from one of the most respected workforces in the British labour movement were now threatened by casual labour terms and deregulation. ‘Dockers: The ‘95 to ‘98 Lock-out’ is a captivating collection of...

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