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Old 01-26-2019, 09:14 AM
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The English East Coast

Hi,Forum. I'd like to start a new thread in the same manner as my previous thread: The Port of Rotterdam.I've been visiting the area for the last 35 years with our sailing boat,so I better start with a chart showing the Thames estuary and the rivers in the counties Norfolk,Suffolk,Essex and Kent.
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Old 01-26-2019, 09:18 AM
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Some more pics.All of them:gouaches 30x40cm
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Old 01-26-2019, 10:35 AM
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As I said on the other site, lovely collection of veteran vessels. Thanks for sharing.
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Beautiful work.
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Exquisite collection Shiplover. When living in London I used to take my touring bike on the train from Liverpool St station to Colchester and cycle around those rivers and villages. You capture the quiet charm of those corners and creeks perfectly. Glad you shared them.
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Old 02-11-2019, 05:24 PM
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Fishing smack going up the Conyer Creek,Kent,UK. Gouache,30x40cm.
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Another great work.
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Fantastic collection!


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Beautiful paintings !
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Old 03-04-2019, 01:38 PM
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Re: The English East Coast

1)Where the Faversham Creek divides into the Oare creek 'tis there you find this boat-yard at Hollowshore.Moored for repairs lies the barge "Mayflower ".
2)A ferry/mailboat service with Flushing,Zeeland,Holland was established in 1875 to Queenborough.Hereby a few impressions of the Dutch paddle-steamer "Prins Hendrik"(1895-1923)
3)From 1927 the service to Sheppey was altered to Harwich.Here's the Mecklenburg(1922-1960),leaving Flushing,where Admiral Michael de Ruyter was born....
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Excellent selection of vintage craft
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A grand batch of works!!!
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Thames-barge DAWN
Leaving the River Medway,Maldon-bound.
Background:The Isle of Sheppey,with Sheerness (UK)
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Sittingbourne,Kent,UK
The Barge Museum in the 90's restoring Cedric-1903 and Cambria-1906.
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Cambria is sailing again
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