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Three heroes of the Goodwin Sands in oilskins Featured 2010 Print

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).

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© W H Franklin

Group shot of the Rhoscolyn lifeboat crew Featured 2010 Print

Group shot of the Rhoscolyn lifeboat crew

Group shot of the Rhoscolyn lifeboat crew. Top row L-R: Dick Jones, W hughes, Michael Richards, Tom Jones, Tom Jones, Will Jones, George Smith. Middle row L-R: Ed Owen, Hugh Hughes, Tom Owen, Tom James, unknown, Will Robert. Bottom row L-R: John Jones, Moses Thomas, Bob Thomas, Will Griffiths, High Roberts, John Thomas, Ned Thomas.

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Dismasted Polish sail training vessel Fryderyk Chopin under tow Featured 2010 Print

Dismasted Polish sail training vessel Fryderyk Chopin under tow

The dismasted Polish sail training vessel Fryderyk Chopin with 47 crew onboard, including 36 young teenagers. The stricken brig was taken in tow by the Newlyn based fishing boat Nova Spero after she called for assistance on Friday 29 October, and then assisted by St Marys, Sennen cove and Falmouth RNLI lifeboats.

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