Three heroes of the Goodwin Sands in oilskins
Three heroes of the Goodwin Sands in oilskins, sou'westers and woollen scarves.
(Left to right) James Laming (Coxswain Kingsdown), R. Roberts (Coxswain North Deal), John Mackins (Coxswain Walmer) - 1890's.
Original photo entitled 'Boom of the distant gun' (and known locally and affectionately as Deaf, Dumb and Blind).
© W H Franklin
This is an image of a member of the Scarborough RNLI team who is looking out from the boathouse to the sea where the rest of his crew were training.
Due to the harsh conditions on the day most of the team were out training, to make the most of the conditions in which they often have to work to save the lives of hundreds of lives each year!
© Alex Wilkinson
Group portrait of the Tenby crew
Group portrait of the Tenby RNLI crew. Taken looking up the slipway, with crew, boathouse and Tamar class lifeboat Haydn Miller 16-02 ON 1281 straight ahead. Members of other emergency services including police, ambulance and fire services can be see in the left hand background.
© Nigel Millard