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  • Lloyd's Register of Ships - 1760 to present

    Authors

    Lloyd's Register/IHS

    Shelf Location

    Reference Library - Stacks 3-8

    Abstract

    The Register records the details of merchant ships of the world. Since the 1870s, Lloyd's Register has tried to include all merchant vessels over 100 gross tonnes, which are self-propelled and sea-going, regardless of classification.

    Authors

    Lloyd's Register/IHS

    Publisher

    Lloyd's Register/IHS

    Shelf Location

    Reference Library - Stacks 3-8

    Date published

    1760-present

  • Lloyd's Register of Yachts - 1878 to 1980

    Authors

    Lloyd's Register

    Shelf Location

    Reference Library - Stack 10

    Abstract

    An annual Register, which lists British and Foreign yachts classed by Lloyd's Register, yachts belonging to subscribers to Lloyd's Register publications and certain other yachts above a specified size.

    Authors

    Lloyd's Register

    Date published

    1878 to 1980

    Shelf Location

    Reference Library - Stack 10

  • The Modern Practice of Shipbuilding in Iron and Steel Vol. 1 (3rd Ed.)

    Authors

    Samuel J. P. Thearle

    Shelf Location

    29b

    Abstract

    Written by Chief Surveyor Samuel J.P Thearle, this text details the change in shipbuilding practices, from wooden construction to iron and steel.

    Authors

    Samuel J. P. Thearle

    Catalogue number

    629.12

    Shelf Location

    29b

  • Mercantile Navy List - 1876 to 1977

    Authors

    Registrar General of Shipping and Seamen/ HMSO

    Shelf Location

    2g

    Abstract

    The Mercantile Navy List records all British registered vessels one quarter of a ton and over, including coastal vessels, ferries and pleasure craft making it the most comprehensive listing of British vessels available. This annual publication can also be a source of information on masters and mates, licensed pilots, ships signals and various official notices and statistics.

    Authors

    Registrar General of Shipping and Seamen/ HMSO

    Date published

    1876 to 1977

    Shelf Location

    2g

    Catalogue number

    UNK

  • Cunard - 150 Glorious Years

    Authors

    J Maxtone-Graham

    Shelf Location

    19c

    Abstract

    This is a history of Cunard, the famous liner company, which documents the way in which tradition and innovation have combined in its past and how the company responds to changing transport needs. Colour paintings, photographs and drawings accompany the text and the great occasions are recalled.

    Authors

    J Maxtone-Graham

    Publisher

    David and Charles

    Catalogue number

    347.792:CUN:MAX

    Shelf Location

    19c

    Date published

    1989

  • Australian Shipwrecks

    Authors

    Charles Bateson

    Shelf Location

    41b

    Authors

    Charles Bateson

    Publisher

    Reed, 1972.

    ISBN number

    589071122

    Shelf Location

    41b

    Date published

    1972

  • List of Shipowners 1876 to present

    Authors

    Lloyd's Register

    Shelf Location

    Reference Library - Stacks 3-8

    Abstract

    The List of Shipowners was first published in 1876 and in its early years was bound with the Lloyd's Register of Ships. Between 1890 and 1955 it was published within the Appendix and has existed as a separate annual publication since then.

    Authors

    Lloyd's Register

    Date published

    1876 to present

    Shelf Location

    Reference Library - Stacks 3-8

  • Wreck Books - 1940 to 1977

    Authors

    Lloyd's Register

    Shelf Location

    Reference Library - Stacks 46-47

    Abstract

    Manuscript sources for information on losses of all causes including shipwreck, war losses and demolitions from which the Casualty Returns were compiled. Between 1940 and 1945 a system of reference codes links the posted editions of Lloyd's Register of Ships to the Wreck Books, wherever a ship was lost and whatever the cause.

    Authors

    Lloyd's Register

    Date published

    1940 to 1977

    Shelf Location

    Reference Library - Stacks 46-47