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Cook, Welton and Gemmell : Shipbuilders of Hull and Beverley 1883-1963

£19.99

Product description

During its illustrious eighty year history, the shipyard of Cook, Welton & Gemmell built over 1300 vessels, mostly fishing vessels, for every major port in the UK (Aberdeen, Fleetwood, Grimsby, Hull & Lowestoft) and for overseas owners. All of these are listed together for the first time, with their life stories from their launch to the breaker's yard. The book includes details of boats built for Admiralty service during both World Wars.Interspersed are over 200 photographs and ships' plans for most classes of boats built by the yard. There is a name index for ease of locating vessels.

Overall, the book is in very good condition. Corners have some noticeable rubbing wear and there is light bumping to edges; the covers have light general indentation marks and slight creasing to front corners. Page 141 has a crease across the lower-right corner.

Item details

Author(s):
Michael Thompson, Dave Newton, Richard Robinson & Tony Lofthouse
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
21.1cm x 29.8cm
Edition:
1999
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1902709020
ISBN-13:
9781902709024
Number of pages:
258
Publisher:
Hutton Press Ltd
Title:
Cook, Welton and Gemmell : Shipbuilders of Hull and Beverley 1883-1963

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During its illustrious eighty year history, the shipyard of Cook, Welton & Gemmell built over 1300 vessels, mostly fishing vessels, for every major port in the UK (Aberdeen, Fleetwood, Grimsby, Hull & Lowestoft) and for overseas owners. All of these are listed together for the first time, with their life stories from their launch to the breaker's yard. The book includes details of boats built for Admiralty service during both World Wars.Interspersed are over 200 photographs and ships' plans for most classes of boats built by the yard. There is a name index for ease of locating vessels.

Overall, the book is in very good condition. Corners have some noticeable rubbing wear and there is light bumping to edges; the covers have light general indentation marks and slight creasing to front corners. Page 141 has a crease across the lower-right corner.

Author(s):
Michael Thompson, Dave Newton, Richard Robinson & Tony Lofthouse
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
21.1cm x 29.8cm
Edition:
1999
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1902709020
ISBN-13:
9781902709024
Number of pages:
258
Publisher:
Hutton Press Ltd
Title:
Cook, Welton and Gemmell : Shipbuilders of Hull and Beverley 1883-1963

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