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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.
Written by David Williams and published by Ian Allan, this book records the losses of more than 1,000 passenger-carrying vessels of all types, from the dawn of the age of powered navigation up to the present day. The accounts of these incidents are supported by full technical details for each of the featured ships and it is illustrated with more than 700...
Encyclopaedic in coverage and comprehensive in detail, this book records the losses of more than 1,000 passenger carrying vessels of all types (passenger liners, cruise ships and excursion vessels, ferries, troopships, hospital ships and other wartime auxiliaries) from the dawn of the age of powered navigation up to the present day. Hardback. 288 pages.
This booklet is intended to serve as a historic guide to the upper decks of the Queen Mary. We hope it gives you a better idea of that the Queen Mary looked like when the ship was at sea-and the scope of her passenger amenities. As you will find as you walk around the decks, some rooms look much the same today as they did when they were photographed in 1936.
This book is intended to give a snapshot of the events that occurred in the shipping industry during 2016. There were many talking points during the year, including port developments, onwership collapses, notable deliveries, demolishes and losses. All three authors are keen ship photographers and have written fora variety of shipping publications.
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...
One of the world's most loved cruise lines, P&O Cruises can trace its history back over 175 years. With an impressive and unique collection of imagery, this book details the history of P&O Cruises and explores the impact P&O had in shaping the British Empire.
A pocket sized book with colour and black & white pictures and captions. As a maritime nation, ships and the sea have a special place in the hears of the people of the United Kingdom. This book informs that interest by providing a guide to the warships, cruise ships and ferries that can be seen around our shores.
A beautiful album of illustrations and information. From around 1880 for almost 100 years, shipowners commissioned a wealth of paintings that depicted, as well as their magnificent liners, the routes they travelled, their exotic destinations, and life on board. 158 pages. Colour.
With contributions from passengers, officers and masters, both past and present, together with stunning photographs never before published, Sharon Poole and Andrew Sassoli-Walker provide a glimpse into the work that goes into a year in the life of the Cunard Fleet.
This World Ship Society book lists 67 ships which represented a new era in British destroyer development. Their predecessors, the A to I's were a linear development of the highly successful V and W Class destroyers of 1917 but were by the late 30's effectively obsolescent.
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.