This latest Tugs pictorial album contains a selection of stunning colour photographs of tugs that have visited ports in the Bristol area over the last fifty years. Volume 1 includes tugs used for ship handling and in the fleets of C J King and Cory/Wijsmuller/Svitzer. Each photograph is accompanied by an informative caption.
This latest Tugs pictorial album Volume 2, documents some of the smaller tugs that used to be seen in Bristol City Docks plus some of the rarer and larger tugs that have paid only one or two visits to the port in recent years. Each photograph is accompanied by an informative caption.
Two Bristol Tugs in Colour volumes as a bundle. Volume 1 details - http://tinyurl.com/z2q8n3j Volume 2 details - http://tinyurl.com/hmowspf
Published on 7 July 2014, this second hardback volume of 160 pages of what will be a 3 - volume set looks at the beginning of the Great War to the start of World War 2 and includes details of vessels taken into Admiralty Service.
Published 13 May 2016. Authored by Gilbert Mayes and Michael Thompson, this book has a detailed history of each vessel built between 1940 and 1993. The volume is fully illustrated with many superb, rare colour and black/white photographs. There are three colour pages depicting the funnel colours of vessel owners.
Written by James Dodds and Bernard McCall, the latest expanded edition of this popular reference book lists vessels owned or operated by British and Irish companies. Owners are arranged alphabetically and vessels within their fleet are similarly listed. Basic technical details are provided, and there is an index of current and former names. 63 colour...
This book is a sequel to Andrew Wiltshire's first book on tugs Looking Back at British Tugs. This time he concentrates on examples that were completed in British Shipyards. He has always been fascinated by the number of small shipyards that once existed around the UK, and often by the location of these yards.
Written by by Bernard McCall, this book features colour photographs and detailed captions of tugs at work, others at sea, or at quaysides in northern Europe over the last forty years. The photographs are arranged in a general geographical sequence from Russia via the Baltic States, Poland and Scandinavia to Germany. Hardback; landscape format; 245mm x...
Written by Andrew Wiltshire and published on 14 March 2014, this hardback book is the latest in the successful maritime series with stunning colour photographs and detailed captions of a huge variety of tugs in an equally wide variety of locations.
All three volumes together for £50.00 + free UK postage. Offer valid until 30 June 2016. Details of each volume below.