EAW025086 ENGLAND (1949). British Sisalkraft Ltd Paper Works and the River Medway, Strood, 1949. This image has been produced from a damaged negative.

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Delweddau cyfagos (9)

EAW025086
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EAW025090
  57° 57m
EAW025088
  25° 101m
EAW025092
  357° 110m
EAW025091
  4° 115m
EAW025087
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EAW025089
  323° 121m
EAW025093
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EAW025085
  344° 196m

Manylion

Pennawd [EAW025086] British Sisalkraft Ltd Paper Works and the River Medway, Strood, 1949. This image has been produced from a damaged negative.
Cyfeirnod EAW025086
Dyddiad 22-July-1949
Dolen
Enw lle STROOD
Plwyf
Ardal
Gwlad ENGLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 573533, 168758
Hydred / Lledred 0.49447354486643, 51.390792295669
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol TQ735688

Pinnau

British Railways' permanent way staff or trespassers? I hope the current to the third rails was off.

Kentishman
Tuesday 11th of August 2015 09:14:41 AM
My money is on "platelayers".

John Wass
Wednesday 23rd of September 2015 08:44:01 PM
Concrete Barges

ken
Saturday 11th of July 2015 09:34:20 PM
RAF 40ft Ferry Boat Mk.2

ken
Saturday 11th of July 2015 09:33:30 PM
60ft Pinnace , either RAF or RN

ken
Saturday 11th of July 2015 09:30:49 PM
This aircraft, registered G-AFCI, was the first of three S.26 ‘G-Class’ flying-boats built by Short Brothers at Rochester and first flown on the 21st July 1939. She was named ‘Golden Hind’, the others being ‘Golden Fleece’ (G-AFCJ, broke up off Cape Finisterre, 20th June 1941) and ‘Golden Horn’ (G-AFCK, lost after an engine fire at Lisbon, 9th January 1943). Golden Hind was returned from military service to BOAC in December 1941 and was retired in 1947. She was scrapped due to hull damage sometime after running aground off Harty Ferry whilst on tow to a new anchorage. Source: Wikipedia, Short S.26.

Kentishman
Saturday 14th of March 2015 08:47:09 AM

Switches
Saturday 21st of December 2013 04:19:09 PM
Shorts flying boat. could it be a Canopus?

Switches
Saturday 21st of December 2013 04:09:03 PM

Cyfraniadau Grŵp

This aircraft, registered G-AFCI, was the first of three S.26 ‘G-Class’ flying-boats built by Short Brothers at Rochester and first flown on the 21st July 1939. She was named ‘Golden Hind’, the others being ‘Golden Fleece’ (G-AFCJ, broke up off Cape Finisterre, 20th June 1941) and ‘Golden Horn’ (G-AFCK, lost after an engine fire at Lisbon, 9th January 1943). Golden Hind was returned from military service to BOAC in December 1941 and was retired in 1947. She was scrapped due to hull damage sometime after running aground off Harty Ferry whilst on tow to a new anchorage. Source: Wikipedia, Short S.26.

Kentishman
Sunday 21st of June 2015 06:58:30 PM