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This photo shows a repeater bypassing the cable laying out gear prior to being laid from CS Mercury.

SHIP 4.035.tif
C.S. Edward Wilshaw (2,247 tons gross) built for Cable & Wireless by Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson in 1949, seen here leaving the Tyne for her sea trials.

PREVREF 1727 duplicate photo

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SHIP 4.034.tif
C.S. Recorder (3,300 tons gross) built for Cable & Wireless by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson in 1954, seen here in the Tyne as she went on her sea trials.

(duplicate of SHIP 4.031)

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C.S. Stanley Angwin (2,500 tons gross), built for Cable & Wireless by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd in 1952. Seen here on her sea trials in the North Sea.

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SHIP 4.032.tif
C.S. Retriever, weighing 4,000 tons gross, built for Cable & Wireless by Cammell, Laird & Co, Ltd (shipbuilders and engineers) in 1960, seen here in 1961 on her sea trials off the Scottish coast.

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SHIP 4.031.tif
C.S. Recorder, weighing 3,300 tons gross, built by Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson in 1954, seen here in the Tyne as she went on her sea trials.

(duplicate of SHIP 4.034)

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SHIP 8.071.tif
The Solentbrook's hold being filled with Penlee roadstone.

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SHIP 8.070.tif
The Solentbrook, W Longstaff & Co's 2,900 ton d.w. ship loading stone at newly from the then newly-installed conveyor which replaced the railway system.

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SHIP 8.069.tif
Marianne awaiting a roadstone cargo at the end of Penlee's conveyor at Newlyn pier.

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SHIP 8.068.tif
Scillonian I with bowline out at Lighthouse Pier

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SHIP 8.067.tif
Clipper bow steam yacht and other boats in Penzance. In First World War, it became HMS Argon in 1917.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Argus_(1904)

See PREVREF 1519

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SHIP 8.066.tif
Scillonian III alongside Albert Pier in Penzance

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SHIP 8.065.tif
The Scillonian off Albert Pier in Penzance

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SHIP 4.028.tif
RMS Deerhound, used on Scilly run.

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SHIP 4.018.tif
Fishing vessel Nor-Nor in Holman's Dry Dock

SHIP 8.052.tif
Old Mauretania in port, possibly in Liverpool.

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SHIP 8.048.tif
Men painting the side of an unknown ship.

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HMS Gladiator, which was sold to a Dutch firm for £15,000 in May of 1909. She was wrecked at Yarmouth in April 1908 and raised and taken to Portsmouth in October of the same year. She is seen here in the care of three tugs, one on each side and one…

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SHIP 8.045.tif
SS Maoir at Cape Town just before she was wrecked.

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Gymnasium on board the Queen Elizabeth 2.

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