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 - George Wehrley - Photographer . . .

s.s. 'Calgarth' - A Wehrley postcard of the R. & J. H. Rea, Liverpool, vessel off Penarth Dock beach with Cardiff Docks distant taken by George Wehrley.

s.s. 'Calgarth' - A Wehrley postcard of the R. & J. H. Rea, Liverpool, vessel off Penarth Dock beach with Cardiff Docks distant taken by George Wehrley.

s.s. 'Calgarth' - A Wehrley postcard of the R. & J. H. Rea, Liverpool, vessel off Penarth Dock beach with Cardiff Docks distant taken by George Wehrley.
R. & J. H. Rea, Liverpool.

s.s. 'Calgarth' - A Wehrley postcard of the R. & J. H. Rea, Liverpool, vessel off Penarth Dock beach with Cardiff Docks distant taken by George Wehrley. The post-stamp is Clare Island, County Mayo, Ireland, on the 13th July 1910 and is addressed to Miss R. Rota, of 32 John Street, Penarth, Nr. Cardiff, England. Norman states that the vessel arrived at Clare Island from Hilary Bay and that he expects to go back Hillary again Tuesday or Wednesday. Another heritage photographic record from the Penarth Dock Collection. [001]

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