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Ports and Harbours from around the world shown in historic photographs. Photographs include Pembroke docks, Santander, Spezia and Toulon amongst others.  Also included are Royal Navy shore establishments and training ships. 

 

Training Ships 

HMS Britannia - Dartmouth

HMS Britannia.

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HMS Britannia - Queen's Birthday 1899.

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HMS Britannia, Queen's Brithday, 1898.

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HMS Britannia, Dartmouth, c1900.

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HMS Racer, tender to HMS Britannia, c.1900.

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HMS Britannia.

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HMS Britannia.

We have some names for this photo - all except the inset.  On the far right, Thomson.  The trio facing different directions on the left are from left to right: Copplestone, Fraser and Inglis. Continuing to the other two in the front row; Lyon and Davison.  The two at the back are Nicholson and Baker, with the remaining three in the middle row: Leach, Lapage and Barrett, always from left to right.

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HMS Britannia.

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Captain and Staff, HMS Britannia, c.1900.

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HMS Britannia - Passing Out term, 1900.

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HMS Britannia - Captains of Cadets, 1900.

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Prize Winners, HMS Britannia, 1900.

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HMS Britannia - 1st XI Cricket Team, 1899 - 1900.

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HMS Britannia - 2nd Eleven - Cricket Team, 1899-1900.

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HMS Britannia - 1st Socker Team (sic) - 1899-1900.

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HMS Britannia - 1st "Rugger", 1899-1900.

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HMS Britannia - Fencing / Rapier Exercises, 1899 - 1900.

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HMS Britannia - Sports, 1899-1900.

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The Naval Cadets of HMS Britannia - May 1895

It is in the Britannia training establishment at Dartmouth that our Lieutenants, Commanders, Captains and Admirals receive their first training as naval cadets, entering at from 13 to 14 years of age by nomination and competitive examination.  The Britannia course of study covers two years, and the cadets then pass out into the naval service to become midshipmen, according to classification for study and conduct.  The happy accident, that the first ship allotted to the cadet training service was the old Britannia of the Russian war, gave the institution its name, and none could be more appropriate.

Original magazine photo page published 1895 - 1902.  Price 25.   Or reproduction of photograph ready mounted. Price 25. Click here to order.  ORDER CODE 1V28

Britannia's Embryo Bluejackets.

This picture of the boys assembled on the quarterdeck, and clustering at every available spot, to sit, or stand, or hang on, for their portraits, is a striking one, and affords evidence of the care which is bestowed upon them in the course of their naval training.  Although the instruction of a modern seaman is very different to that which obtained fifty years ago, the regularity of routine and plenty of open-air work is still the same, and very healthy conditions prevail.  The boys under training in these old hulks have now been transferred to more healthy settlements on shore, to which technical warships are attached.

H.R.H. Duke of York and Guests, HMS Britannia.

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HMS Britannia.

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The visit of HRH Duke of York to HMS Britannia, 1899/1900.

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HMS Conway

HMS Conway.

Photo taken in the Menai Strait mid-April 1953.  On 14th April 1953 ,  the training ship HMS Conway was under tow from her normal mooring to Birkenhead up the Menai Strait/ the Swellies between the Welsh mainland and Anglesey.  Close to a place called the Platters on the Caernarfon side of the strait she ran aground due to strong currents and could not be refloated.  She caught fire 30th October 1956 during dismantling and burnt to the waterline.

  Original 1950s Postcard.  Published North Wales  Price 15.  Click here to order.  Order Code PHX229

Rugby Team from HMS Conway, 1923-24.

The original postcard has 21 signatures on the reverse side.  Listed are the legible ones : S Lewellyn, J W Hilton, G D Jones, P G Lawrence, H James, H Wadworth, J Houghton, W Pickersgill, 

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HMS Cornwall

Training ship HMS Cornwall.

Ex- HMS Wellesley.  Renamed Cornwall in 1868, and sunk in 1940.

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HMS Eagle

HMS Eagle, RNVR Training Ship 1911 - 12.

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HMS Exmouth

Training Ship HMS Exmouth off Grays, Essex.

Launched 1954, lent as training ship 1877.  Sold 1905.

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HMS Seaflower

HMS Seaflower.

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HMS Vivid - Devonport

Crew / Cadets of HMS Vivid.

Crew member, HMS Vivid.

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UK 

Greenwich Naval College

Greenwich College c.1900.

Officer of Greenwich College.  Lt Henry C C Clark (3rd row, 9th from right) went on to serve on HMS Prince of Wales, HMS Britannia, HMS Isis and HMS Black Prince.

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Peel, Isle of Man

Peel, Isle of Man, 1896.

Image contributed by and copyright of James E Anderson.  From his grandfathers collection, who served on the ship at the time. 

Portland

Portland Roads from the Verne.

Nearest ship is HMS Vulcan with 3 or 4 H Class submarines.  Furthest right is HMS Iron Duke.  The white ship above and to the left slightly of Iron Duke is HMS Nelson, and next to Nelson is HMS Hood.  

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A closer view of the ships in the above image.

HMS Vulcan, HMS Iron Duke, HMS Nelson and HMS Hood

Portland Harbour c.1940s

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Cadet from training ship HMS Boscawen, Portland.

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Folkestone

 

Home Fleet Cruisers at Folkstone around 1904 

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Dover

Construction of part of Dover Harbour, 1901.

Devonport

Torpoint and Ferry, Devonport. Sent in by Terence Malone

Devonport Naval Barracks

Rhu / Gareloch

The Gareloch, Rhu.  Looking north-west from the Peninsula to Garelochead.

A reproduction of this original photo / photo-postcard size 10" x 7" approx available.  Order photograph here  Walker Archive. Order Code PHX441

Cromarty Firth

The   RN fleet in Cromarty Firth  c. 1910      (REF.. PHX279)

This photo is reproduced form a photo postcard produced by Davidson's and post stamped 1915.  The Original photo taken by W. J Smith. Original glass plate still in existence and is part of a collection in Scotland

Arosa Bay

The Channel Fleet at Anchor in Rosas Bay

HMS Eland - Sierra Leone

Coders of D Watch, HMS Eland.

A reproduction of this original photo / photo-postcard size 10" x 7" approx available.  Order photograph here  Walker Archive. Order Code PHX621

Algeria

Algiers

The port at Algiers c.1930. 

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Australia

Sydney

Sydney Harbour c.1933 looking over Elizabeth Bay and Potts Point towards Garden Island and Bradleys Head.

A reproduction of this original photo / photo-postcard size 10" x 7" approx available.  Order photograph here  Walker Archive. Order Code PHX308

Canada

Charlottetown

Charlottetown Harbour, from West Kent School, 17th - 19th September 1905.

A reproduction of this original photo, size 10" x 7" approx available.  Order photograph here  Walker Archive. Order Code  COM0008

Esquimalt

Esquimalt, near Victoria in British Columbia, Canada, was the major Royal naval base on the west coast of Canada.  A naval base was established  in 1848, and  in 1861 Esquimalt became the headquarters of the British pacific Station. Around 1885 a dry dock was constructed so that repairs could be carried out on ships up to small Cruisers.  the Royal navy pulled out of Esquimalt in 1905, (along with their other Canadian base at Halifax).  The Royal Canadian Navy  started in 1910 soon took over the Control of the the naval base in 1910.  

The Pacific Squadron at Esquimalt Harbour pre 1902.

The Large Cruiser is probably HMS Warspite, if so it would be dated 1892, as she returned home the following year  (info supplied by George Schober)

Halifax

Halifax, Canada, 1900.

Photo taken by a crew member of HMS Quail, which was 'hulked in' at Halifax for one month.  HMS Quail arrived at Charlottetown in July / August 1900 with HMS Crescent and HMS Tribune.  Presumably this photo is from that cruise, and the two large ships visible here are HMS Crescent (right, flying flag) and HMS Tribune.

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Quebec

Quebec from Levis, September / October 1905.

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St John's

St John's, Newfoundland, October 1905.

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China 

Hong Kong

The fleet celebrating the King's Birthday at Hong Kong.

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Hong Kong, 1910.  The training ship Tamar is visible in the background.

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Japanese Destroyers at Hong Kong.

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Japanese Destroyers at Hong Kong.

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The Gardens at Hong Kong.

Probably taken by a crew member of HMS Triumph.

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Rice Fields at Hong Kong.

Probably taken by a crew member of HMS Triumph.

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Wei Hai Wei

British Fleet leaving Wei Hai Wei, 16th September 1911.

Five destroyers on left are HMS Whiting, HMS Janus, HMS Otter, HMS Virago and probably HMS Fame.   Whiting, Janus and Otter have three funnels, so are the 1st, 4th and 5th ships from the left, although exactly which is which is unknown.  The second destroyer from the left has two funnels and so is probably HMS Fame.  The only other China Station destroyers to have two funnels were HMS  Handy, HMS Hart and HMS Taku.  While Taku was larger than the destroyer here, the other two, Hand and Hart were probably mostly together, suggesting this is HMS Fame.  The 4-funneled destroyer 3rd from the left is HMS Virago - the only other four funneled destroyer on the China station was HMS Sparrowhawk, sunk years prior to this photograph.

On the right are three cruisers; again from left to right, HMS Newcastle, HMS Minotaur and HMS Kent.

A reproduction of this original photo size 10" x 7" approx available.  Order photograph here  Walker Archive. Order Code ALB2012

"The Hall" at Wei Hai Wei, c.1911.

We think there are crew present from HMS Alacrity, or HMS Kent.  Possibly HMS Bedford or HMS Minotaur also.

The names along the bottom read from left to right:  Bedford, Staff ?, Mrs Lauda? , Hartford, V.I.W.? , (unknown), Morrish? , Burton, Harrison, Miss Walter, Mrs Walter, Lady B, Steel, Lady G, Joel.

Some are hard to make out (?) and one is indecipherable (unknown).

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Wei Hai Wei Links Golf Course, c.1910.

2nd Tee.

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Wei Hai Wei Links Golf Course, c.1910.

"Bunker to 2nd."

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Wei Hai Wei Links Golf Course, c.1910.

3rd Green.

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Wei Hai Wei Links Golf Course, c.1910.

"Bunker, 4th"

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Wei Hai Wei Links Golf Course c.1910.

5th Green.

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Wei Hai Wei Links Golf Course, c.1910.

6th Green.

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Shanghai

Shanghai, c.1911.

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Cuba

Havana

Havana

Egypt

Port Said

Port Said, c.1880s.

Two French ships present.

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Port Said c.1910.

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Port Said 1880.  Sent in by Ian Martin.   (Image emailed by contributor. Not available for purchase.)

Troop Ships at Port Said in 1878.  Sent in by Ian Martin.     (Image emailed by contributor. Not available for purchase.)

Alexandria

Alexandria

Ireland

Queenstown

HMS Revenge, Queenstown, County Cork, Ireland.

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The above shows a panorama of Queenstown Harbour (Ireland) in 1898

The smaller ship to the left of the picture is HMS Howe, and to the right of it is the 1898 flag ship of the German Admiral.  The masted ship in the picture on the right is the training ship "Black Prince"

Malta

Verdala Barracks - Malta

1st P.O.'s Course, Verdala Barracks, Malta, 18th November - 23rd December 1938.

Officers from various ships on a course in Malta.  We have a list of the names and ships where available of the officers in this photograph:

Top Row, from left: P.O. Young (HMS Malaya), S.P.O. Gill (HMS Glorious), P.O. McNally (HMS Shropshire), P.O. Dunn (HMS Glorious), S.P.O. Mulqueen (HMS Devonshire), P.O. McLanaghan (HMS Arethusa), S.P.O. Lee, S.P.O. Edwards, S.P.O. Deacon, P.O. Vincent, P.O. Henderson (HMS Galatea), S.P.O. Simpson.

Middle Row, from left: P.O. Thomas, S.P.O. Damarel, S.P.O. Clayton, S.P.O. Simpson (HMS Barham), S.P.O. Bethel (HMS Warspite), P.O. McConniff (HMS Hood), S.P.O. Holloway (HMS Hood), S.P.O. Coster (HMS Havock), P.O. Goddard (HMS Maidstone), P.O. Squire, P.O. Boult (HMS Afridi), P.O. Chadder.

Lower Row, from left: P.O. Cannon, S.P.O. Dyke, P.O. Hook (HMS Shropshire?), C.P.O. Hill, Comd. McNair, Lt. Cdr. Norman, C.P.O. Matthews, P.O. Russell, S.P.O. Butler (HMS Sussex), P.O. King (HMS Sussex).

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Norway

Molde

A fleet of battleships in the Norwegian Fjords, possibly Molde. 

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Odda

Norwegian port of Odda, looking down Hardanger Fjord.

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Close up of ships in photograph opposite.  British Depot ship and cruiser of either the Caroline or Arethusa Class.  If you can identify either ship, please email us at OUR MAILBOX

Russia

Vladivostock

British ships  at Vladivostock celebrating the King's birthday. 

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South Africa

Durban

The Dry Dock at Durban, 1907.

Simon's Bay / Simon's Town

Simon's Bay

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Simon's Bay.

HMS Boadicea on the left, HMS Flora (black and white) to the right.

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Admiralty House, Simonstown.

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Simon's Bay, with ships from left to right: HMS Forte, HMS Penelope, HMS Mutine, HMS Pandora, HMS Glasgow and the tug Chub on the far right.

Spain

Santander

Spanish submarines at Santander harbour.

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The harbour at Santander with battleships in the background

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Valencia

Valencia Harbour c.1930.  The large ship on the right has the name .... Ultra, where the .... looks like 'Plus' or similar  If you have any ideas on what ship this is please let us know. at cranston@onetel.net 

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Majorca

Port Mahon, Majorca - "Blake" and "Charybdis" at Anchor

Port Mahon as seen from the Entrance - "Majestic" at Anchor

Tenerife

War ships at Santa Cruz harbour, Tenerife.

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Santa Cruz, Tenerife.

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Sri Lanka (Ceylon) 

Trincomalie

Trincomalie Harbour from the top of Admiralty House c.1915

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Trincomalie, Ceylon pictured c.1910 

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Turkey

Constantinople

The harbour area of Constantinople.

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Turkish battleships in the harbour at Constantinople.

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United States

Brooklyn

Brooklyn Navy Yard.

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Puget Sound

US Battleships at Puget Sound Navy Yard, Washington

Great Lakes

US Naval Air Training Station on the Great Lakes

Yemen

Aden

Royal Navy ships at Aden 

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Unknown

A British battleship in port c.1920.

 
 

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