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Offline Leofwine

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Re: Victorian Extension Works
« Reply #5 on: April 27, 2011, 21:34:25 »
Some more picture from the R.E. Library

Building Slip Chatham Dockyard 1856
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Lengthening Dock, Chatham Dockyard 1856
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Chatham Dockyard Extension. General View of Construction Looking West 1850s
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Chatham Dock Yard Late 19th Century
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Re: Victorian Extension Works
« Reply #4 on: April 27, 2011, 20:48:52 »
Good question S4, and a great pic. 

If Kyn was agreeable, I could post the pic on the Traction Talk steam forum of which I am a member. Those folks are pretty good at ID'ing stuff and one of the forum members is the curator of the part of the national collection of steam railway stuff... he usually has a good idea.

I will await Kyn's resposne.

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Re: Victorian Extension Works
« Reply #3 on: April 27, 2011, 20:11:44 »
Hi, Kyn. These are great pics. I have a question. I do have doubts as to the fact that anyone can answer it though. In the first pic there is a loco. Has anyone got some details? She looks like a home built but I am not sure. Help...
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Re: Victorian Extension Works
« Reply #2 on: April 21, 2011, 13:33:51 »
Pictures from Keith Gulvin

Prison Officer supervising convicts unloading building materials from a "Brig" at St MAry's Island 1865


Convicts preparing stone in the Masons Yard for the dry docks 1865


Concrete being poured into the shuttering to build up the north wall of one basin 1865


Steam pump clearing water from No.3 Basin after the coffer dam was completed 1865

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Victorian Extension Works
« Reply #1 on: September 23, 2009, 14:32:50 »


Fro file ADM/195/7 at the National Archives, Kew

 

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