The oak frame is approx. 340 x 280 mm (13 xc 10.25 inches) it has a hook to hang and a foot to free stand. The photograph is mounted behind a bevelled edge with the image size, 220 x 170mm.
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The mounted print is approx. 305 x 253mm, with the photo size 220 x 170mm. White with a bevelled edge to the mount.
The images are reproduced from the original glass negatives using archive quality inks and paper on a large format special printer. The images are museum quality intended to last for generations.
28th December 1900- The Capricorno Austrian Barque. 1000 tons
Wrecked on the Bude Breakwater. On passage Cardiff to West Africa. Cargo coal. Crew of 14. Only 2 survived.
1899 Llandaff. Cardiff Collier. 243 tons. Ran aground - Breakwater/Sir Thomas Pit. In ballast from St Malo to Swansea. Crew of 11 saved by rocket apparatus.
1911 Fifth Lifeboat . Elizabeth Moore Garden 3rd, 35Long x 810 Wide. Ten oars. Self righter. Rig: one mast. Weight 3 tons 11cwt. Thise photograph shows the dedication ceremony.
The Elizabeth, 1912 Wrecked on Coach Rock. She was built at Salcombe in 1830, Her mast was later erected on Summerleaze Downs and used a a flagpole. It is there today.
The Elizabeth, 1912 Wrecked on Coach Rock .She was built at Salcombe in 1830, her master Capt. Brinton is seen here seated with Ninny Petherick, Jack Marshall, Reverend Norton, Jeffy Maynard, Bill Edwards and two ladies unknown. Her mast was later erected on Summerleaze Downs and used a a flagpole. It is there today.
1896 Giles Lang. St Ives Schooner. 124 tons.
Deliberately beached on Maer Lake (Crooklets Beach) to save the crew. Cargo 207 tons of coal. On passage Porthcawl to Penzance. One rocket was fired, the line fixed, and the crew, though exhausted, safely rescued. The schooner went to pieces with the evening tide. From the full plate glass negative.
1915 S.S.Woodbridge. London Collier. Ran aground in a fog at Northcott Mouth. Later refloated. Cargo iron ore.
1905 Annual Lifeboat Day. 24.8.05 - From news reports:-
Excursion trains brought in a large number of people. Demonstration was given to raise funds. Plenty of amusements during the day including Canal water sports, athletic sports in the afternoon and a concert in the evening.