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1

2011

Accreditation the Redcar and Saltburn-by-the-Sea Gazette 07/01/1888 OPEN FISHING BOATS’ LIGHTS           Up to August, 1881, all open fishing boats, when under way at night, were not compelled to display side light, but on the approach of other vessels were to show the red light and green lights...

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Oct

25

2011

SHIPWRECKS & GROUNDINGS “Willow” Schooner Ashore near Redcar

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Accreditation The Redcar and Saltburn-by-the-Sea Gazette 09/04/1887. SCHOONER ASHORE NEAR REDCAR           A severe gale raged all Tuesday night (05/04) to (06/04) Tuesday Night, along the coast, and on Wednesday morning soon after six o’clock, a small German schooner, the “Willow,” in...

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Oct

21

2011

Accreditation The Redcar and Saltburn-by-the-Sea Gazette 28/07/188. SHIPWRECK AT REDCAR – PRICILLA           On Saturday last (21/07) a storm of wind and rain of extraordinary violence passed over the North-east coast, such has never before been witnessed in the month of July. In the morning...

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Aug

29

2011

SHIPWRECKS & GROUNDINGS “Earl of Durham” Coastguards Narrow Escape Saltburn

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Accreditation The Redcar and Saltburn-by-the-Sea Gazette 12/02/1881. STEAMER ON SALTBURN ROCKS NARROW ESCAPE OF COASTGUARDS             A vessel reported to be ashore on Saltburn rocks, on Monday (07/02), proved to be the screw steamer “Earl of Durham., from Sunderland to London with...

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Aug

26

2011

LIFEBOAT – FREE GARDENERS Conference

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Accreditation The Redcar and Saltburn-by-the–Sea Gazette 21/06/1878 THE FREE GARDENERS’ LIFEBOAT – CONFERENCE           At the Conference of the Free Gardeners’ held at Hartlepool on the (13/06) inst., the Grand Master – elect (Mr. W. A. Picknett, of Redcar) gave a number of particulars...

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Aug

26

2011

LIFEBOAT – FREE GARDENERS – Fete Crew and Redcar Fishermen

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Accreditation The Redcar and Saltburn-by-the-Sea Gazette 23/11/1877. GRAND FETE TO THE FREE GARDENERS AND FISHERMEN OF REDCAR           Yesterday (22/11) a grand demonstration took place at Redcar in co0nnection with the United Order of Free Gardeners, the immediate order of which appears to...

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Aug

26

2011

LIFEBOAT – Burton-on-Trent and United Free Gardeners’

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Accreditation The Redcar and Saltburn-by-the-Sea Gazette 23/11/1877 THE LIFEBOATS On Tuesday (20/11) last, both the Redcar lifeboats the Burton-on-Trent and the United Free Gardener were on duty, in the brave endeavour to save the ten fishermen whose lives were in jeopardy outside the West Scar Rocks....

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Aug

18

2011

SHIPWRECKS & GROUNDINGS “Jane”

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Accreditation The Redcar and Saltburn-by-the-Sea Gazette 27/11/1880. WRECK OF A BARQUE AT REDCAR “JANE”           To the numerous wrecks that have of late taken place at Redcar another must be added. On Monday, (23/11) morning a barque came ashore opposite the Coatham furnaces, and she...

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Aug

14

2011

SHIPWRECKS & GROUNDINGS “Coral Queen” Steamship on Redcar Rocks

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Accreditation The Redcar & Saltburn-by-the-Sea Gazette 17/10/1879 A LADEN STEAMER ON REDCAR ROCKS            Shortly before midnight  Saturday (11/10) owing to the prevalence of the dense fog, the screw Steamer “Coral Queen,” belonging to the West Hartlepool Steam Navigation Company,...

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Aug

12

2011

INCIDENT – Perilous Voyage of Pleasure Boat POLLY

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Accreditation The Redcar and Saltburn-by-the-Sea Gazette 05/09/1879 A PERILOUS VOYAGE           Three young men who came over to Redcar from West Hartlepool on Saturday afternoon, in the pleasure boat “Polly,” had an exceedingly narrow escape of their lives on Sunday, when off Redcar....

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