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HARB 8.003.tif
Richards Photograph. The Ross Bridge at Wharf Road was placed in position 1881; it was second-hand railway turntable. The bridge was replaced on 9 Apr 1981. This photo shows a full rigged ship in the harbour, a steam roller and a horse and cart on…

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Mousehole Harbour and Quay. Two copies.

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Ships in Penzance floating dock.

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The coaster 'Audacity' is taken out through the open Ross Bridge in Penzance. Note the sightseers on the approach road.

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The coaster 'Audacity' being taken out through the open Ross Bridge in Penzance.

HARB 8.013.tif
Newlyn Harbour's South Pier with stone boat and conveyor loader.

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HARB 8.018.tif
The Pentewan Railway. The harbour terminus pictured at the turn of the 20th century. Note on the extreme right the china clay loading chutes which were lowered into the holds of the waiting ships. horse-drawn wagon fro the 'dries' north and west of…

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HARB 8.020.tif
Charlestown Harbour with ships and clay chute.

PREVREF Nos 874 875 876 878 dupicates of this photo

HARB 8.023.tif
Boats in the harbour at Barbican, Plymouth.

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Liverpool pilot boat joins Mauritania on return journey from Bombay.


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Cargo ship Albistan


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Steamship with open bridge.


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Two paddle boats and a steamship, taken from bridge in Weymouth.


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Clipper bow steam yacht and other boats in Penzance

This print is laterally reversed. See 1532

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Photo reproduction of a painting of the steam and sail yacht Lillie Western.

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COMM 8.006.tif
A sea plow designed by Bell Telephone Laboratories to bury the underwater telephone cable below the ocean floor is lifted from the sea by a crane aboard the John Cabot, a Canadian cable repair ship and icebreaker. The plow was used by the American…

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A Cable & Wireless repeater stack on board ship.

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COMM 8.016.tif
This photograph shows survey operations on board the C.S. Recorder in the Mediterranean for the Mat I telephone cable project. The ship was on charter to Italcable for the work. On the foredeck, you can see the survey sled.

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During April 1965, C.S. Stanley Angwin (2,500-ton gross) surveyed the route for the Tortola-Bermuda telephone cable which will provide the northern outlet for the 21-million W.I. dollar project in the Eastern Caribbean to improve inter-island and…

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Photo of engraving titled 'Laying the Submarine Telegraph between Malta and Gibraltar, off the Isle of Pantellaria'.

From Illustrated London News 11/8/1870
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