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 - Art and Artists of the Penarth Dock area . . .

Jenny Morgan RSMA - Preparing to take on the Bristol Channel Pilot.

Jenny Morgan RSMA - Preparing to take on the Bristol Channel Pilot.

Jenny Morgan RSMA - Preparing to take on the Bristol Channel Pilot.

Jenny Morgan RSMA - Preparing to take on the Bristol Channel Pilot. - The fine incoming brigantine is one of the commercial sailing vessels built on Prince Edward Island, Canada, largely for British owners. The painting is the artist's depiction if a typical late nineteenth century scene when sail still reigned the best way of moving freight around the coasts and seas.

The Cardiff based pilot boat is one of the legendary Bristol Channel pilot-cutters, known for their rugged build and the heroic seamanship of their crews, the pilots, who guided ships safely in and out of the treacherous waters of the Channel or Bristol Channel. - [981]

A wonderfully precise account of the Cardiff and Penarth pilots at work during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries!

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