91 items found

Commissioning the new sea cadet headquarters, TS Exeter at Haven Banks, Exeter. 4.12.88 (1988)

The Mayor of Exeter, Bill Rowe, opening the new sea cadet headquarters, TS Exeter at Haven Banks, Exeter. 25.4.88 (1988)

Davies, Bert

Admiral James Weatherall inspects Tiverton Sea Cadets. 27.3.95 (1995)

Mike Drew

The Mayor of Exeter, Bill Rowe, inspects the guard of honour at the opening of the new sea cadet headquarters, TS Exeter at Haven Banks, Exeter. 25.4.88 (1988)

Davies, Bert

The crew of H.M.S. Hermes marching through Tiverton. 4.4.79 (1979)

The Mayor of Exeter, Bill Rowe, hands over the keys to the new sea cadet headquarters, TS Exeter at Haven Banks, Exeter to Jackie Martin, chairman of the unit's management committee. 25.4.88 (1988)

Davies, Bert

The Mayor of Exeter, Bill Rowe, hands over the keys to the new sea cadet headquarters, TS Exeter at Haven Banks, Exeter to Jackie Martin, chairman of the unit's management committee. 25.4.88 (1988)

Davies, Bert

The complete Scrimgeour: from Dartmouth to Jutland: 1913-1916 (2016)

Alexander Scrimgeour

The new sea cadet headquarters, TS Exeter at Haven Banks, Exeter. 29.2.88 (1988)

The new sea cadet headquarters, TS Exeter at Haven Banks, Exeter. 4.12.88 (1988)

Commissioning the new sea cadet headquarters, TS Exeter at Haven Banks, Exeter. 4.12.88 (1988)

Admiral James Weatherall piped aboard Tiverton Sea Cadets. 27.3.95 (1995)

Mike Drew

Admiral James Weatherall inspects Tiverton Sea Cadets. 27.3.95 (1995)

Mike Drew

Jack Tar: life in Nelson's navy (2008)

Roy Adkins

Charting the world: The RN hydrographic service in the 19th Century (2008)

Roger Morris (Rear-Admiral)

The impress service in Dorset 1793-1805 (2008)

David Clammer

[Naval gun loading] ([1904?])

John Stabb

[Naval gun - right wheel] ([1904?])

John Stabb

[Naval gun - ready to fire] ([1904?])

John Stabb

[Naval gun display] ([1904?])

John Stabb

[Naval gun unmounting] ([1904?])

John Stabb

[Naval gun mounting] ([1904?])

John Stabb

[Naval tug of war] ([1904?])

John Stabb

[Naval wheelbarrow race] ([1904?])

John Stabb

[Naval hammock race] ([1904?])

John Stabb

[Naval barrel race] ([1904?])

John Stabb

Air sea rescue launch 2506 (c.1943)

Air sea rescue launch 2661 (c.1943)

[Taking gun off field] ([1904?])

John Stabb

[Bluejackets & gun] ([1904?])

John Stabb

[Naval net obstacle race] ([1904?])

John Stabb

[Naval obstacle/ hurdle race] ([1904?])

John Stabb

Dr Trotter on the health of the fleet in Torbay (1986)

John R. Pike (South Devon writer)

The Royal Naval hydrographic service and the west country (1996)

Roger Morris (Rear-Admiral)

Hired armed cutters of the napoleonic wars (1996)

James P. Derriman

Midshipman Gardner's journal (2004)

Roger Richardson-Bunbury

The strange story of the figurehead of HMS Serpent (2005)

David Pulvertaft

[Training ships, Dartmouth] (c.1897)

Joseph Pennell

Memoirs of the English affairs, chiefly naval ... 1660-1673 (1729)

James II (King of England)

A narrative of the proceedings of His Majesty's fleet ... 1794 (1796)

A. C. De Poggi

Regulations and instructions relating to His Majesty's service at sea; establsihed by His Majesty in Council. - 9th ed (1757)

A complete history of the more memorable transcations at sea .. (1720)

Josiah Burchett

The naval history of England, in all its branches; ... to ... 1734 (1735)

Thomas Lediard

The naval history of Britain, from the earliest periods of which there are accounts in history, to ... 1756 .. (1756)

George Berkley

The naval history of Great Britain from the earliest times to the rising of the Parliament in 1779 .. (1779)

Frederic Hervey

A collection of all such statutes, and parts of statutes, as in any way relate to the Admiralty, Navy and ships of war .. (1755)

Collection ..

An account of the expedition of the British fleet to Sicily in the years 1718, 1719 and 1720 under the command of Sir George Byng (1739)

George Byng ( 1st Viscount Torrington)

A view of the depradations and ravages committed by the Spaniards on the British trade and navigation .. (1731)

View ..

Elizabethan sailors with the fleet (1941)

Bounties to seamen at Ashburton, 1793 (1900)

Frances B. Troup