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1 The story of the SS Maureen also known as The Mary Ann (1947) 30
2 Henry Dobson worked the haulage engine in the North Dock (1943) 37
3 The four plans for the building of the harbour at Seaham (1941) 41
4 Mr Dillon formally re-opens new dock gates (1937) 42
5 New dock gates are to be built for Seaham (1937) 39
6 Londonderry collier "Newtonards" sold to German firm (1927) 58
7 Castlereagh extension to Docks nearing completion (1925) 59
8 Castlereagh extension of the Docks almost completed (1925) 76
9 South Dock gates finally replaced two years after the great storm (1921) 62
10 Loss of "The Lovely Nellie" in 1861 recalled (1914) 61
11 John Adamson appointed Harbourmaster at Seaham Harbour (1910) 92
12 The largest steamer ever -The Hartington- enters Seaham Harbour (1910) 80
13 SS Longnewton is stranded off Seaham (1906) 73
14 Sketch of new Docks (1905) 85
15 Description of the building of the new Docks at Seaham (1905) 79
16 SS Seaham Harbour loads 2,500 tons of coal from new Dock (1905) 79
17 SS Kronos leaves new Docks with largest ever cargo of coals (1904) 78
18 Mysterious tunnel uncovered when excavating new Dock Staithes (1904) 84
19 SS Lord Londonderry first ship to enter new Docks at Seaham (1903) 79
20 Sale of the Russian ship Alcor wrecked off Noses Point (1902) 84
 
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