Penarth Dock, South Wales - 150 years - the heritage and legacy  
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The following websites are those of contributors, friends and/or of general interest but please understand that I cannot accept responsibility for their content - click to open website in a new page:-

Penarth Framing Services - Local pictures and custom framing business in Penarth.

Rota Design Limited - Engineering Design and Structural Analysis Consultants based in West Yorkshire.

Naval - History and personal recollections of the Royal Navy etc.

River Severn Tales - Detailing the experiences of Chris Witts.

Captain Gorgeous - Heritage images of Cardiff Bay and Penarth etc on Flickr by Mr. Ben Salter - a man passionate about the recording the past.

Newcombe Info - Peter Newcombe's family history website.

◊ Bristol Loves Tides - An education programme using performance and film to explore water flows, tides and systems - over, under and around Bristol. Aiming for deeper awareness of the interconnectedness of ecology, bio-diversity, energy, and the role of the wilder green spaces of the city. No longer available.

Fielding & Platt History - Gathering and sharing memories of Gloucester's great engineering firm

British Library Web Archive - Thousands of UK websites have been collected since 2004 and the Archive is growing fast.
I used to have a blog which was hacked but it is archived at this link << click here >>

Wrecksite - The wreck site is the world largest online wreck database.

Tyne Built Ships - A history of Tyne shipbuilders and the ships that they built.

◊ Photoship - Here you will find pictures, photos, postcards, images and paintings of old ships, harbours, and other historical maritime pictures. Unfortunately, this site has now been taken down after morons set out to threaten and intimidate the webmaster. What a sad loss to our maritime heritage!


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