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Ships and Aircraft of the US Fleet 11th Ed

By Polmar N (ed)

Arms & Armour, 1978. 350pages. in torn Dustwrapper. 23 cms x 23 cms Comprehensive descriptions of ships and aircraft of Navy, Marine Corps, Coastguard, Reserve Force, Auxiliary and Service Craft, Weapons, Dry Docks, Fleet Organisation etc. proposed 5 year building plan. Over 1000 b/w photographs. Index of Ships..


The Thames 1580-1980: A general bibliography

By Cohen, Ben

B. Cohen, 1985. 335pages. Divided into 19 chapters of various aspects of the thames. Bound blue cloth. Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.



By Directory of Shipowners, Shipbuilders & Marine Engineer

13 x 20cms. Good. Over 1000 pages of World's Owners with fleet details. Ship Index. covers worn spine weak. few pages loose..




Portuguese text. 15 x 24 Lists of Portuguese Warships and Merchant Vessels with dimensions and owners. Lists of Lights with tabulated details including Portugal, Madeira, Azores, Cape Verde and Mozambique. 181 pages. Thick Card covers. Spine weak.


A List of the Cumberland Shipping

By Sawyers W.

1975. Corrected to February 1840. Alphabetical list of the Ships and vessels belonging to Witehaven, Workington, Maryport, Harrington, Carlisle with their description, register tonnage, where, when and by whom built, the names of the present masters and the principal or managing owners. together with statement of Harbour dues, chargeable on all vessels trading to and from the said ports. List of Harbour duties, payable on all good. Also rates and duties payable on all vessels passing along the Carlisle Canal. 38pages. Paper covers.. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


Merchant Steam Vessels of the United States 1807-1868

By Lytle W.

1952. "Lytle List" publication No. 6 Steamship HIstorical Society of America 1952. Listed by Rig, Name, Tonnage, Date and place constructed. First home port. Disposition. Losses 1807-1867 (name, tonnage, nature, date, place, lives. lost). Vessels of US converted to steam. 1807-1867 (Rig, Name, Tonnage, Place built, year altered, Steam Tonnage). Steam vessels mentioned in contemporary newspapers or other sources but not found in records of Federal Government 1807-1867. 294p. Spine little weak, covers little worn.. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.