Penarth Dock, South Wales - 150 years - the heritage and legacy  
Penarth Dock, South Wales - the heritage & legacy . . .

Volume Eight - Pre-Victorian to the present day - more aspects - Pamir and Passat - the end of an era . . .

1949 - The 4th of October 1949 with 'Passat' passing through the Penarth Dock Basin under tow on her way to her berth at the northern quay of the main dock.
1949 - The 4th of October 1949 with 'Passat' passing through the Penarth Dock Basin under tow on her way to her berth at the northern quay of the main dock.

1949 - The 3rd of October 1949 with 'Passat' passing through the Penarth Dock Basin under tow on her way to her berth at the northern quay of the main dock. Many are present to welcome her as she passes through the lock adjacent to the Missions to Seamen. Dredgers and other vessels are at work beyond 'The Patch' and distant is the Guest, Keen and Baldwin's iron and steel works at East Moor and generally, the Cardiff Docks.

The original glass negative of this photograph is held at the archives of the National Museum of Wales. [Museum item number : 1996.96/414] [629] [20180416]

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