SAW022479 SCOTLAND (1949). Inverkeithing, general view, showing Tilbury Contracting and Dredging Co. Ltd. Quarry and Thomas Ward and Sons Shipbreaking Yard. An oblique aerial photograph taken facing south.

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Pennawd [SAW022479] Inverkeithing, general view, showing Tilbury Contracting and Dredging Co. Ltd. Quarry and Thomas Ward and Sons Shipbreaking Yard. An oblique aerial photograph taken facing south.
Cyfeirnod SAW022479
Dyddiad 1949
Dolen Canmore Collection item 1268953
Enw lle
Plwyf INVERKEITHING
Ardal DUNFERMLINE
Gwlad SCOTLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 313020, 681870
Hydred / Lledred -3.3956052135233, 56.021885766276
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol NT130819

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B981 Hope Street.

Ray Flack
Monday 9th of August 2021 01:07:39 PM

Ray Flack
Monday 9th of August 2021 01:04:00 PM
Cruickness Rd. "Note the two houses left of picture".

Ray Flack
Monday 9th of August 2021 12:53:25 PM
Ferryhill Rd.

Ray Flack
Monday 9th of August 2021 12:46:10 PM
B981... Hope Street.

Ray Flack
Monday 9th of August 2021 12:43:14 PM
North shore "Queens Ferry Docking" point.

Ray Flack
Monday 9th of August 2021 12:35:50 PM
Queens Ferry. (Transport between "Newhalls Rd" on the South bank and "Ferryhill Rd" on the North bank. A crossing route over the Forth had existed at the site since the eleventh century, when the queen of Scotland, Margaret, founded a free ferry to take pilgrims north to St Andrew's.The site of the ferry crossing became the location of the Forth Road Bridge... A crossing route over the Forth had existed at the site since the eleventh century, when the queen of Scotland, Margaret, founded a free ferry to take pilgrims north to St Andrew's. The site of the ferry crossing became the location of the Forth Road Bridge, which opened in 1964.

Ray Flack
Monday 9th of August 2021 12:32:17 PM
North side "Forth Bridge" Rail Bridge.

Ray Flack
Monday 9th of August 2021 12:05:34 PM
Ferryhill Rd.

Ray Flack
Monday 9th of August 2021 12:03:31 PM
"North Queensferry". Railway Station.

Ray Flack
Monday 9th of August 2021 12:01:57 PM
HMS Revenge (06) Claude Choules, the last living British World War I veteran, served aboard HMS Revenge during the Great War.

Shortcut Ben
Tuesday 17th of July 2012 01:42:26 PM
This is actually HMS Royal Sovereign. Revenge had its main armament removed by this time (43/44) whereas Sovereign came from Russia intact but with its turrets seized in position.

Dave S
Monday 29th of December 2014 05:02:28 PM
HMS Rodney (29)

Shortcut Ben
Tuesday 17th of July 2012 01:40:01 PM
HMS Nelson (28)

Shortcut Ben
Tuesday 17th of July 2012 01:38:45 PM