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01505 Collection

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Background image01505 Collection: Arthur Russell, who retires from the Liverpool Echo today, outside the newspapers office

Arthur Russell, who retires from the Liverpool Echo today, outside the newspapers office. 27th April 1990

Background image01505 Collection: The naming ceremony of the new Barry Dock lifeboat the Arthur and Blanche Harris

The naming ceremony of the new Barry Dock lifeboat the Arthur and Blanche Harris, was performed on Saturday afternoon at Barry Docks by Lady Traherne, the wife of the Lord Lieutenant of Glamorgan

Background image01505 Collection: ACTOR CHARLIE SHEEN FILMING IN GLASGOW JULY 1997 IS SEEN RUNNING BEHIND A MOVING

ACTOR CHARLIE SHEEN FILMING IN GLASGOW JULY 1997 IS SEEN RUNNING BEHIND A MOVING CAMERA IN AN ACTION SCENE Picture taken 28th July 1997

Background image01505 Collection: Vivienne Whiteright, Mandy Clarke, and Phillipa Lewis, female crew members of

Vivienne Whiteright, Mandy Clarke, and Phillipa Lewis, female crew members of the Little and Broadhaven lifeboat operating the beat at St Brides Bay, Pembrokeshire. 3rd February 1990

Background image01505 Collection: Crew of the Barry lifeboat Arthur and Blanche Harris Frederick Batten and Eric Fry (right

Crew of the Barry lifeboat Arthur and Blanche Harris Frederick Batten and Eric Fry (right) at the tiller on board the boat. Standing left is Mr. Emlyn Davies. 14th March 1970

Background image01505 Collection: RNLI Barry Lifeboat crew and guests at the new Jackson Bay station

RNLI Barry Lifeboat crew and guests at the new Jackson Bay station. 2nd August 1991

Background image01505 Collection: Diana, Princess of Wales, pictured during a visit to the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital

Diana, Princess of Wales, pictured during a visit to the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital founded by Pakistani cricket star Imran Khan in Lahore. 22nd February 1996

Background image01505 Collection: Prince Charles in Swaziland on an official visit to the country

Prince Charles in Swaziland on an official visit to the country, On the left is the King of Swaziland, King Mswati III. The woman on the right is Swazilands Queen Mother

Background image01505 Collection: Model of the first purpose-built lifeboat, the Original

Model of the first purpose-built lifeboat, the Original, built by Henry Francis Greathead of South Shields in 1789. South ShieldOs private Law House committee endeavoured to find an inventor who

Background image01505 Collection: Prince Charles meets the King of Swaziland, King Mswati III

Prince Charles meets the King of Swaziland, King Mswati III, on an official visit to the country. 29th October 1997

Background image01505 Collection: Charles, Prince of Wales, arrives in Swaziland, wearing a flower garland of carnations

Charles, Prince of Wales, arrives in Swaziland, wearing a flower garland of carnations and gypsophila around his neck. 29th October 1997

Background image01505 Collection: Kevin Gardener and Steven Buck, both rescued from a cabin cruiser by the RNLI

Kevin Gardener and Steven Buck, both rescued from a cabin cruiser by the RNLI. 2nd March 1999

Background image01505 Collection: The Liverpool Echo office, Old Hall Street, before reorganisation. December 1992

The Liverpool Echo office, Old Hall Street, before reorganisation. December 1992

Background image01505 Collection: The United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom, John Louis Jnr (seated at the right

The United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom, John Louis Jnr (seated at the right) on board the new lifeboat which he had just named " The American Ambassador" at the Atlantic

Background image01505 Collection: One of the busiest lifeboat stations in Wales has been given a larger

One of the busiest lifeboat stations in Wales has been given a larger and faster boat as part of a policy to improve the rescue service around a popular stretch of coastline

Background image01505 Collection: A new type of inshore lifeboat which will be able to operate at night is undergoing

A new type of inshore lifeboat which will be able to operate at night is undergoing trials in Cardigan Bay, off Aberystwyth

Background image01505 Collection: Princess Margaret and Diana, Princess of Wales attend the unveiling of the Canadian War

Princess Margaret and Diana, Princess of Wales attend the unveiling of the Canadian War Memorial in Green Park, London. 3rd June 1994

Background image01505 Collection: Port Talbots dedicated band of unpaid lifeguards took command of a new high speed

Port Talbots dedicated band of unpaid lifeguards took command of a new high speed rescue craft yesterday, courtesy of locally based components firm Borg Warner Automotive

Background image01505 Collection: A modern self righting lifeboat, the Arun Class RNLB Spirit of Tayside

A modern self righting lifeboat, the Arun Class RNLB Spirit of Tayside, operating out of Broughty Ferry lifeboat station in Dundee. 6th June 1979

Background image01505 Collection: Keeping a lookout during exercises of the Barry lifeboat in the Bristol Channel is crew

Keeping a lookout during exercises of the Barry lifeboat in the Bristol Channel is crew member Mr. Emlyn Davies. 14th May 1970

Background image01505 Collection: Bertie Roach and Mike Eynon at Angle lifeboat station after receiving their long-service

Bertie Roach and Mike Eynon at Angle lifeboat station after receiving their long-service medals after 20 years with the RNLI

Background image01505 Collection: The sea is pool-placid as the sun goes down and the Barry lifeboat stands at her harbour

The sea is pool-placid as the sun goes down and the Barry lifeboat stands at her harbour moorings. The chalets of ButlinOs Holiday Camp dominate the darkening skyline. 27th March 1971

Background image01505 Collection: Crew of the 16 foot inflatable Little and Broad Haven lifeboat at Little Haven

Crew of the 16 foot inflatable Little and Broad Haven lifeboat at Little Haven: Brian Dilley, David Love, Chris Williamson and Peter Llewellyn. 25th July 1989

Background image01505 Collection: RNLB Arun, the first prototype boat Arun class lifeboat stationed in Barry, Wales

RNLB Arun, the first prototype boat Arun class lifeboat stationed in Barry, Wales. She entered service at St Peter Port in 1972 but moved on to Barry Dock where it was stationed until 1997

Background image01505 Collection: The Liverpool Echo newsroom, Old Hall Street, Liverpool. 3rd December 1992

The Liverpool Echo newsroom, Old Hall Street, Liverpool. 3rd December 1992

Background image01505 Collection: Staff at Swanseas Industrial and Maritime Museum have discovered that a dilapidated

Staff at Swanseas Industrial and Maritime Museum have discovered that a dilapidated boat they have been repairing for a few months is of significant importance to Welsh nautical history

Background image01505 Collection: RNLI volunteers gather outside Manchester Town Hall on a historic day for charity

RNLI volunteers gather outside Manchester Town Hall on a historic day for charity fundraising. Until the late 1880s, the RNLI mostly relied on wealthy philanthropists for financial support

Background image01505 Collection: The coxswain, Mr Fred Warts and the signalman Mr John Wells tie up the Barry lifeboat

The coxswain, Mr Fred Warts and the signalman Mr John Wells tie up the Barry lifeboat, the Rachel and Mary Evans, as she arrives back at Barry harbour after her six months refit at Littlehampton

Background image01505 Collection: Aberystwyth lifeboat, circa 1900

Aberystwyth lifeboat, circa 1900

Background image01505 Collection: Prince Edward, Duke of Kent and Diana, Princess of Wales attend the unveiling of

Prince Edward, Duke of Kent and Diana, Princess of Wales attend the unveiling of the Canadian War Memorial in Green Park, London. 3rd June 1994

Background image01505 Collection: The Barry lifeboat speeds away from Barry docks on its annual trip to take Christmas food

The Barry lifeboat speeds away from Barry docks on its annual trip to take Christmas food to the crew of the Trinity House Breaksea Lightship. 23rd December 1969

Background image01505 Collection: A modern self righting lifeboat, the Tyne class lifeboat 47-010 RFA Sir Galahad, at Tenby

A modern self righting lifeboat, the Tyne class lifeboat 47-010 RFA Sir Galahad, at Tenby, Wales. 15th July 1986

Background image01505 Collection: Coxswain Frank Tinsley (right) and Mechanical Second Coxswain Fred Mullay at

Coxswain Frank Tinsley (right) and Mechanical Second Coxswain Fred Mullay at the controls of the Arthur and Blanche Harris during sea trials off Barry. 1st April 1968

Background image01505 Collection: Aberystwyths RNLI crew and their boat at the towns fire station

Aberystwyths RNLI crew and their boat at the towns fire station. The fire service came to the rescue of the local lifeboat after it had been cut off from its boathouse due to engineering work

Background image01505 Collection: The Barry lifeboat and the Royal Navy Auxiliary ship Odiman escorts the small craft

The Barry lifeboat and the Royal Navy Auxiliary ship Odiman escorts the small craft Pauline after a call for rescue from the occupants in the Bristol Channel. 12th August 1970

Background image01505 Collection: Princes William pictured during a skiing holiday with his father Prince Charles

Princes William pictured during a skiing holiday with his father Prince Charles and brother Prince Harry in Whistler Mountain Resort in British Colombia, Canada. 26th March 1998

Background image01505 Collection: Coxswain Frank Tinsley stands in from of the Barry lifeboat RNLB Arthur

Coxswain Frank Tinsley stands in from of the Barry lifeboat RNLB Arthur and Blanche Harris before getting off on its sea trials off the coast of Barry. 1st April 1968

Background image01505 Collection: Porthcawl Lifeboat Station supporter John Waters at All Saints Church, Porthcawl

Porthcawl Lifeboat Station supporter John Waters at All Saints Church, Porthcawl. 21st April 1997

Background image01505 Collection: The Barry Dock lifeboat searches for the missing crew members of a tug

The Barry Dock lifeboat searches for the missing crew members of a tug. 15th January 1966

Background image01505 Collection: Deck hand Eric Fry (left) and Mechanical Second Coxswain Fred Mullay at work on board

Deck hand Eric Fry (left) and Mechanical Second Coxswain Fred Mullay at work on board the Arthur and Blanche Harris lifeboat during its sea trials off the coast of Barry. 1st April 1968

Background image01505 Collection: The Barry Dock lifeboat pictures on her return to Barry following a search for a missing

The Barry Dock lifeboat pictures on her return to Barry following a search for a missing man which was called off. 28th March 1963

Background image01505 Collection: Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, Princess Margaret, Prince Andrew

Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, Princess Margaret, Prince Andrew, Duke of York and Diana, Princess of Wales attend the unveiling of the Canadian War Memorial in Green Park, London. 3rd June 1994

Background image01505 Collection: Frank Tinsley, Coxswain of the Arthur and Blanche Harris Lifeboat

Frank Tinsley, Coxswain of the Arthur and Blanche Harris Lifeboat, and Second Mechanical Engineer Mike Nash at work on the boat during its sea trials off the coast of Barry.1st April 1968

Background image01505 Collection: Coxswain Mr. Frank Tinsley seated at the controls of the Barry lifeboat during an

Coxswain Mr. Frank Tinsley seated at the controls of the Barry lifeboat during an exercise in the Bristol Channel. 4th March 1970

Background image01505 Collection: Two airmen are hoisted to the safety of an RAF helicopter after being picked up by Barry

Two airmen are hoisted to the safety of an RAF helicopter after being picked up by Barry lifeboat during an air-sea rescue exercise. 27th January 1966

Background image01505 Collection: John Hart receives a message on the ship to shore lifeboat radio in Barry, Wales

John Hart receives a message on the ship to shore lifeboat radio in Barry, Wales. 4th March 1970

Background image01505 Collection: When the crew members of a Gower-based private rescue service put to sea in future on a

When the crew members of a Gower-based private rescue service put to sea in future on a mercy mission, they will speed to the scene on board the latest inshore rescue craft

Background image01505 Collection: The John and Naomi Beattie, a restored lifeboat, starts its journey from Swansea to

The John and Naomi Beattie, a restored lifeboat, starts its journey from Swansea to Aberystwyth after being relaunched at a special ceremony in Swansea. It is to become a floating exhibit



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