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Newport Docks Collection

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Background imageNewport Docks Collection: Newport Docks

Newport Docks
S.S Geddington Court at the Iron Ore Quay

Background imageNewport Docks Collection: Newport Docks

Newport Docks
Discharging raw sugar at Alexandra Docks

Background imageNewport Docks Collection: SS St Julien as a hospital ship, at Newport Docks, c. 1940

SS St Julien as a hospital ship, at Newport Docks, c. 1940
This image shows SS St Julien at Newport Docks following her conversion into a hospital ship, as denoted by the red cross painted on the side of her hull

Background imageNewport Docks Collection: Sidings at Newport Docks

Sidings at Newport Docks
Railway sidings at Newport Docks

Background imageNewport Docks Collection: U. S. 0-6-0T shunting tank engine No. 1940 in its black War Department livery, 1942

U. S. 0-6-0T shunting tank engine No. 1940 in its black War Department livery, 1942
This is an unusual inclusion in the photographic collection at STEAM, being an image of a U.S. 0-6-0T shunting tank engine which never actually worked the Great Western network

Background imageNewport Docks Collection: American S160 Class 2-8-0 locomotive No. 1609 upon arrival at Newport Docks, 1942

American S160 Class 2-8-0 locomotive No. 1609 upon arrival at Newport Docks, 1942
From late 1942 American locomotives began to arrive at the Great Westerns South Wales Docks, having been shipped over from America to assist allied forces both in Britain and on the Continent

Background imageNewport Docks Collection: Newport Docks, c1930s

Newport Docks, c1930s

Background imageNewport Docks Collection: Newport, 1931

Newport, 1931
Cranes at the North Dock

Background imageNewport Docks Collection: Newport Docks, 1950

Newport Docks, 1950
S.S Lanarkshire loading material for Australia

Background imageNewport Docks Collection: Newport Docks, 1948

Newport Docks, 1948
50 ton floating crane lifting railway coach off road vehicle for shipment to Iraqi State Railway. Steam tug " Swansea" can be seen in the foreground

Background imageNewport Docks Collection: Alexandra Dock, Newport

Alexandra Dock, Newport
Map of railways and proposed railway at Alexandra Dock, Newport

Background imageNewport Docks Collection: Newport Docks, 1947

Newport Docks, 1947
S.S Empire Moon discharing timber from New Jersey

Background imageNewport Docks Collection: Newport Docks, 1936

Newport Docks, 1936
Electric cranes at South Dock

Background imageNewport Docks Collection: Newport Docks, 1949

Newport Docks, 1949
Floating crane discharging a buggy

Background imageNewport Docks Collection: Newport Docks, c1940s

Newport Docks, c1940s
Floating crane hauling a coal stage. Steam tug " Horace" can be seen to the right of the image

Background imageNewport Docks Collection: Newport Docks, c1940

Newport Docks, c1940
Shipment of an electric diesel rail car for Australia being loaded onto the MV Stirlingshire. Steam tug " Trusty" can be seen to the right of the image

Background imageNewport Docks Collection: Newport Docks, c1940s

Newport Docks, c1940s
Shipment of an electric diesel rail car for Australia being loaded onto the MV Stirlingshire by crane. Steam tug " Cardiff" can be seen to the right of the image

Background imageNewport Docks Collection: Newport Docks, c1940s

Newport Docks, c1940s
100 ton floating crane, Simson III, with an ingot buggy from SS Stonegate. Steam tug " Gwent" can be seen next to the crane

Background imageNewport Docks Collection: Newport Docks, c1940s

Newport Docks, c1940s
100 ton floating crane, Simson III, with an ingot buggy from SS Stonegate. Steam tug " Trusty" can be seen to the left of the crane and steam tug " Gwent" to the right

Background imageNewport Docks Collection: Newport Alexandra Docks, c1940s

Newport Alexandra Docks, c1940s
Consignment of railway coaches for shipment to Iraq. Steam tug " Trusty" can be seen in the foreground

Background imageNewport Docks Collection: Alexandra Dock, Newport

Alexandra Dock, Newport
Map of railways and proposed railway at Alexandra Dock, Newport

Background imageNewport Docks Collection: Alexandra Dock, Newport

Alexandra Dock, Newport
Map of railways and proposed railway at Alexandra Dock, Newport

Background imageNewport Docks Collection: Alexandra Dock, Newport

Alexandra Dock, Newport
Map of railways and proposed railway at Alexandra Dock, Newport

Background imageNewport Docks Collection: Alexandra Dock, Newport

Alexandra Dock, Newport
Map of railways and proposed railway in Alexandra Dock, Newport

Background imageNewport Docks Collection: Newport Docks

Newport Docks
Motor Lorries in open storage, awaiting shipment at Newport Docks


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