Teesside and Old Cleveland / A Final Selection?

Teesside and Old Cleveland / A Final Selection?

Auteur
:   Robin Cook
Gemeente
:  
Provincie
:   Cleveland
Land
:   United Kingdom
ISBN13
:   978-90-288-5650-9
Pagina's
:   144
Prijs
:   EUR 16.95 Incl BTW *

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p:; ~ et 79. A sad reminder of a disaster at sea. This postcard records the incident off Staithes in early 1914, and was issued to help raise money for the Relief Fund.

80. An impressive H.C. Morley postcard on the harbour front at Staithes, about 1908. The view captures something of the hard life led by the fishermen and their families, even though somewhat posed for the camera.

81. Another Morley postcard of Staithes from the same period. The fishing boats are being prepared for action, as the ladies in their characteristic bonn ets look on.

82. Children pose for this H. C. Morley postcard taken in HinderweIl. Same of the boys sit on a type of wheelbarrow, and another child rides in a very early farm of pushchair. Taken about 1908.

83. Posing for the postcard photographer, this happy crowd have travelled on open farm waggons from the village of Lythe, the occasion being the Village Hall picnic outing to the moors near Ugthorpe on 6th August 1923.

84. An early postcard of the harbourside at Whitby, in 1906, before the fish quay had been constructed out into the harbour. What a refreshing lack of dutter! The tide is weIl out, and the pier extensions are yet to be built.

85. A rare view of Whitby harbour, taken in 1926 when work on asewage scheme was in progress. A special tramway has been built out over the water, so that a steam crane can assist in the civil works involved.

86. A harbourside thronged with people to watch the events at Whitby Regatta in 1907. This Ross postcard shows steam-paddle tugs from the River Tees, which had no doubt been used to bring further spectators down the coast 10 this popular occasion.

87. An unusual event in Whitby harbour, with the postcard recording the launch of a Ferro Concrete Motor Lighter on 11th August 1919. The boat is at Doek End in the upper harbour. The Abbey can be seen on the cliff top, above the cabin.

88. A Ross postcard view of very rough se as at Whitby on 12th March 1906. This was a famous storm, which occurred just a few years befare the pier extensions were built. The crashing waves have almast reached the top of the East Pier lighthouse.

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