Ships, Shipbuilding and the Docks

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1 The Steamer "Hallmoor" which ran aground off Seaham (February 1931) 10
2 Staithes in course of demolition 13
3 Paddle tug Reliant in South Dock 11
4 North Dock facing tunnel into old beach 10
5 Last will and testament of William Henzell 13
6 Location of Henzell's Shipyard (1860 Map) 9
7 Photo of Linthorpe - the only iron ship built at Seaham 8
8 Opening of new dock at Seaham by Mr Balfour (November 1905) 19
9 Photo of first motorised cutter _Lady Romaine (July 1932) 18
10 1867 Parliamentary enquiry into living conditions of seamen_deputation from Seaham Harbour 52
11 Thomas Stonehouse & Co _Shipbuilder at Seaham_ partnership dissolved (1832) 67
12 Wansbeck launched near Seaham Harbour by Paxton, Taylor & Co (1832) 52
13 Wansbeck finally launched off Seaham beach (1832) 47
14 The brig Sophia Jane built at Seaham in 1868 - Extract from Lloyds Register of Shipping 1870-1871 69
15 The snow Caspian built at Seaham in 1863 _ Extract from Lloyds Register of Shipping 1874-1875 52
16 For sale the schooner Lady Adelaide built at Seaham June 1836 (January 1837) 32
17 Launch of first motorised closed pilot boat Lady Romaine (July 1932) 48
18 Launch of The Dawdon at Henzell's shipyard (July 1828) 47
19 South Hetton Coal Co to ship part of their ouput from Port of Sunderland (September 1845) 30
20 Seaham Harbour to be formally attached to Port of Sunderland from 5th Jan 1845 (Oct 1844) 45
 
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