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The Wilson Line of Hull 1831-1981

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Product description

This is the story of Hull's famous Wilson Line, founded by Thomas Wilson in 1831, and subsequently purchased by Sir John Ellerman in 1916 to be re-named Ellerman's Wilson Line. The book traces the development of the Line under the Wilson family, with sections on ports of call, ships lost during both World Wars, wrecks and ships in the news. Much of the book comprises a detailed fleet list, and the text is supported throughout by over 100 photographs and illustrations, some in colour.
Arthur Credland is keeper of Maritime History in Hull's Town Dock Museum. Michael Thompson is also a resident of Hull and author of several previous books on the city's maritime history.
Overall in good condition, some slight rubbing to the corners.

Item details

Author(s):
Credland, Arthur G.
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
24.5 by 23
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1872167586
ISBN-13:
9781872167589
Number of pages:
143
Publisher:
Hutton Press Ltd
Title:
The Wilson Line of Hull 1831-1981

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This is the story of Hull's famous Wilson Line, founded by Thomas Wilson in 1831, and subsequently purchased by Sir John Ellerman in 1916 to be re-named Ellerman's Wilson Line. The book traces the development of the Line under the Wilson family, with sections on ports of call, ships lost during both World Wars, wrecks and ships in the news. Much of the book comprises a detailed fleet list, and the text is supported throughout by over 100 photographs and illustrations, some in colour.
Arthur Credland is keeper of Maritime History in Hull's Town Dock Museum. Michael Thompson is also a resident of Hull and author of several previous books on the city's maritime history.
Overall in good condition, some slight rubbing to the corners.

Author(s):
Credland, Arthur G.
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
24.5 by 23
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1872167586
ISBN-13:
9781872167589
Number of pages:
143
Publisher:
Hutton Press Ltd
Title:
The Wilson Line of Hull 1831-1981

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