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Archive Issue 34

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Archive Issue 34


64 pages. 275x215mm. .

ISSN 1352-7991 34

£6.00

Contents: The Goddess Survives by G. Barclay Robertson, p. 3; Cornwall's Singular Canal by John Neale, p. 17; Royal Ordnance Factory Cardiff (Llanishen): Part Two by Mike Christensen, p. 25; A Z of Sailing Craft: Z is for Zulu by Edward Paget-Tomlinson, p. 46; Follow-up: Adderley Station from Stanley Jenkins, p. 49; Follow-up: Craig Muschat from Ian Muir, p. 50; The Saga of C. R. Vickerman's Siding by M. R. Connop Price, p. 57

Archive Issue 34 - Sample Images

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From 'The Goddess Survives': A view taken inside the works with proud workmen posing by their product from c.1912. G. B. Robertson Collection
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From 'Follow up: Craig Muschat': Cretehive takes to the calm waters of Gourock Bay, her name and port of registry apparently a wartime secret. Presumably, these barges carried a similar three-masted fore-and-aft rig to that shown on the 'Terrible Twins', though in this case there seems precious little space for working sail between the three closely-spaced hatches. And where did the crew live? Flush-decked, and so without raised fo'c'sle, it seems unlikely they lived forward in this case. Also, there are no portholes in the hull aft. Courtesy Glasgow University