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Sailing Ship 

Sailing ship under tow on the Tyne. nd (c 1900). From a collection of glass quarter plate negatives of photographs taken by James William Coleby, of Willington Quay.

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Herring Boat - Gratti

A Scottish herring boat [‘Gratti’ of Buckhaven] being manouvered at North Shields Fish Quay. c 1900 From a collection of quarter plate glass negatives of photographs taken by James William Coleby, of Willington Quay.

Tyne & Wear Archives & Museum

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Ferry Boat - Tyne c1900

Ferry boat on the Tyne, Newcastle upon Tyne. From a collection of quarter plate glass negatives of photographs taken by James William Coleby, of Willington Quay.

Tyne & Wear Archives & Museum

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Sea Trials - Mauretania

Mauretania leaving the Tyne for sea trials. The Mauretania was built by the shipbuilders Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd, at the Wallsend shipyard and was one of the most famous ships ever built on Tyneside. From a collection of quarter plate glass negatives of photographs taken by James William Coleby, of Willington Quay.

Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums