EAW028826 ENGLAND (1950). Coal Wharf and Railway Wharf, Newhaven, 1950

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Delweddau cyfagos (5)

EAW028826
  0° 0m
EAW229936
  137° 69m
EAW028827
  271° 187m
EAW028825
  351° 215m
EPW016908
  303° 284m

Manylion

Pennawd [EAW028826] Coal Wharf and Railway Wharf, Newhaven, 1950
Cyfeirnod EAW028826
Dyddiad 1-May-1950
Dolen
Enw lle NEWHAVEN
Plwyf NEWHAVEN
Ardal
Gwlad ENGLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 544823, 101164
Hydred / Lledred 0.05498342161288, 50.791362893992
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol TQ448012

Pinnau

the old Shakespeare Hall; home of the Newhaven Boys Club at this time, also a venue for inter-club boxing matches held in the hall at the top of the steps.

John Hills
Wednesday 25th of March 2020 04:53:13 PM
the old Shakespeare Hall; home of the Newhaven Boys Club at this time, also a venue for inter-club boxing matches held in the hall at the top of the steps.

John Hills
Wednesday 25th of March 2020 04:47:25 PM
C W Collington Wet & Fried fish shop in South Road.

John Hills
Wednesday 25th of March 2020 04:44:25 PM
Two Fairmile C Type Motor Launches converted for civilian use.

ken
Monday 3rd of August 2015 03:56:27 PM
platform water column

bescotbeast
Sunday 28th of September 2014 05:42:17 AM
garage with petrol pumps, garage is still there but forecourt area is now used for car sales

bescotbeast
Sunday 28th of September 2014 05:38:38 AM
Newhaven Harbour station

bescotbeast
Sunday 28th of September 2014 05:36:32 AM

bescotbeast
Sunday 28th of September 2014 05:35:22 AM
Newhaven gasworks, which became the site of the Parker pens factory which itself has now closed and is now being demolished September 2014

bescotbeast
Sunday 28th of September 2014 05:33:58 AM
Newhaven sub station. Damaged by a V1 flying bomb in 1944

bescotbeast
Sunday 28th of September 2014 05:30:16 AM
Probably the concrete base of a wartime (2nd) reservoir for fire-fighting

vandyke4ad
Friday 2nd of May 2014 10:54:23 AM
Stables for railway horses - shunting or delivery carts.

vandyke4ad
Friday 2nd of May 2014 10:53:11 AM
New cars arriving for export. They are sheeted over, and there are more on the quayside. Loading onto ships was a slow process, as each car had to be craned onboard.

vandyke4ad
Friday 2nd of May 2014 09:25:32 AM
A pair of well wagons. These are the unusual cast steel type designed by the Southern Railway's Chief Engineer, O.V.S. Bulleid. They were two tons lighter than similar "fabricated" wagons, but had problems with cracking. One is preserved on the Bluebell Railway.

vandyke4ad
Friday 2nd of May 2014 09:23:45 AM

Cyfraniadau Grŵp

The vessel looks very similar to the 'Worthing' which operated from Newhaven. She was built in 1928 and sold to Greek owners in 1955. However the deck below the bridge is more enclosed on this ship.

[A good photograph of the Worthing can be seen in Richard Danielson's Railway Ships and Packet Ports, Twelveheads Press, 2007, 8]

MB
Monday 6th of October 2014 05:33:46 PM