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1 Seaham lifeboats and their crew 373
2 Beaver hat saves lifeboat Sisters Carter of Harrogate (1950) 361
3 The Will and Fanny Kirby sails to her new station at Seaham (1963) 394
4 Clarissa Langdon lifeboat stationed at Seaham (1963) 385
5 Naming ceremony of the George Elmy Lifeboat (1950) 438
6 The "George Elmy" lifeboat arrives at Seaham (1950) 393
7 George Elmy lifeboat to replace the Elizabeth William Allen lifeboat (1950) 425
8 Recollections of the fundraising of "The Friends of all Nations" lifeboat (1942) 435
9 Official naming ceremony of new lifeboat Elizabeth Wills Allen (1937) 464
10 Seaham to have a new lifeboat - The Elizabeth Wills Allen (1936) 443
11 Lifeboat Elliot Galer brought back from rescue under sail (1917) 458
12 Naming ceremony of the new RNLI Lifeboat "Elliot Galer" (1911) 503
13 Inauguration of the new lifeboat station (1908) 531
14 Skynner lifeboat and the lifeboat station to be replaced (1908) 520
15 Proposal by RNLI to build a new lifeboat station (1907) 538
16 Seaham lifeboats and Seaham pilots 647
17 The Miller Lifeboatmen of Seaham (January 1936) 647
18 The lifeboat Wiill and Fanny Kirby replaces the George Elmy (September 1963) 802
19 Seaham Harbour orders a Hawkeswoth's patent lifeboat (March 1856) 786
20 Launch of The Sisters Carter of Harrogate lifeboat (September 1870) 1062