Maryport History (click here for home page)

Pictures of Steam Ships

Maryport Harbour Steam Tug Towing Dredger Notice Warned Small
Maryport harbour steam tug towing steam dredger
Maryport Harbour Steam Tug Towing Barge Out To Sea
Maryport Harbour Steam Tug Towing Barge Out To Sea mono.
Maryport Harbour Steam Tug And Barge Moored
Maryport Harbour Steam Tug And Barge Moored
Maryport Harbour Steam Tug And Barge In Front Of Elizabeth Dock
Maryport Harbour Steam Tug And Barge In Front Of Elizabeth Dock
Maryport Harbour Steam Ships Together With Coal Loading Tower Be
Maryport Harbour Steam Ships Together With Coal Loading Tower Behind
Maryport Harbour Steam Paddle Steamer Tug The Florence
Maryport harbour. The paddle steamer tug The Florence. The last ship built at Harrington by Williamsons.
Maryport Harbour Steam Dredger At Work
Maryport harbour steam dredger at work
Maryport Harbour Steam Dredger 1954
Maryport harbour steam dredger was a regular requirement 1954
Maryport Harbour Senhouse Dock Ship Nether Holme Moored On Quay
Maryport Harbour Senhouse Dock Ship Nether Holme Moored On Quay
Maryport Harbour Senhouse Dock Steamship With Factory Chimney Behind
Maryport Harbour Senhouse Dock Steamship With Factory Chimney Behind
Maryport Harbour Senhouse Dock Industry Steamship With factory buildings
Maryport harbour Senhouse Dock industry steamship with factory building behind showing dock gates and loading cranes. Note in the far distance the mast and rigging of one or more sailing ships in Elizabeth Dock. In front of the warehouse is now a caravan site.
Maryport Harbour Steam And Sail Four Masted Sailing Ship
Maryport harbour New Dock sail ship with sails hung out to dry. Steamers by loading tower called hurries, with crane on rails. There are hand tinted photo postcards of this photo.
Maryport Harbour Senhouse Dock Sailing Ship Being Loaded With Co
Maryport harbour Senhouse Dock sailing ship being loaded with coal on right. Note factory chimneys and loading crane and coal and spoil heaps on the right. In the foreground is the pier that now has the lifeboat launching slipway.
Maryport Harbour Senhouse Dock Sail And Steam Coal Cranes Taken
Maryport harbour Senhouse Dock sail and steam coal cranes. Taken from Salmoor Way, the bank with the sea behind, looking towards the warehouses in front of which the caravan site is now. Note the sailing ship masts in the distance in Elizabeth Dock.
Maryport Harbour Senhouse Dock From Salmoor Way The Sea Is Behi
Maryport harbour Senhouse Dock from Salmoor Way. The sea is behind the bank of the left. Note the railway and coal truck by the coal loading crane. Note the number of sailing ship masts. The mast on the steamer may have an elevated aerial for early radio.
Maryport Harbour Senhouse Dock Entrance Railway And Sailing Mast
Maryport harbour Senhouse Dock entrance railway and sailing masts. The jib of the loading crane is on the right. Note the sailing ship masts in the distance behind the warehouse. Photo from a glass slide.
Maryport Harbour Senhouse Dock Entrance Taken From Salmoor Way
Maryport Harbour Senhouse Dock Entrance Taken From Salmoor Way Maryport harbour Senhouse Dock entrance railway and sailing masts. The jib of the loading crane is on the right. Note the sailing ship masts in the distance behind the warehouse. Photo from a glass slide.
Maryport Harbour Senhouse Dock Coal Loading Crane With Rail Wago
Maryport harbour Senhouse Dock coal loading crane with rail wagons. Note three rail cranes on dock and factories with storage tanks and factory chimneys behind. Ship in Senhouse Dock many factory chimneys. Tanks likely store Benzine, a byproduct of coal to coke, that was a fuel until petrol used.
Maryport Harbour Senhouse Dock Coal Loading Crane With Rail Wago
Maryport harbour Senhouse Dock coal loading crane with rail wagons. Note three rail cranes on dock and factories with storage tanks and factory chimneys behind. Ship in Senhouse Dock many factory chimneys. Tanks likely store Benzine, a byproduct of coal to coke, that was a fuel until petrol used.
Maryport Harbour Senhouse Dock Coal Loading Crane With Rail Wago
Maryport Harbour Senhouse Dock Coal Loading Crane With Rail Wago
Maryport Harbour Large Crowds On The Bank By The Lighthouse And
Maryport harbour large crowds on the bank by the lighthouse and Salmoor Way watch two funnel ship either moored in front of entrance to Senhouse Dock or about to enter Senhouse Dock
Maryport Harbour From Pier Looking To Town And Lighthouse
Maryport Harbour From Pier Looking To Town And Lighthouse
Maryport Harbour From Pier Looking To Town 1954
Maryport Harbour From Pier Looking To Town 1954
Maryport Harbour From Pier Looking To Town Ritchie 1836
Maryport Harbour From Pier Looking To Town Ritchie 1836
Maryport Harbour entrance two Funnel steamer enters
Maryport harbour two funnel steamer enters beshide the candlestick lighthouse . The tall mast and ball in the distance is an indication of tide before reliable radio communication. Photo is from a glass slide likely pre 1900s?
Maryport Harbour Sailing Ship Four Masts Entering Port, Under Tow
Maryport Harbour Sailing Ship Four Masts Entering Port, Under Tow. Note the tide ball behind the lighthouse is as high as the tide depth in the harbour.
Maryport Harbour Elizabeth Dock Three Steamers Berthed
Maryport harbour Elizabeth Dock three steamers berthed. Using the coal loading building at the left distance, this seems to be looking from Elizabeth Dock towards Senhouse Dock