290 items found

Brenda Blackford with an old mangle at the Ashley Countryside Collection. 26.5.88 (1988)

A gramaphone, a radio and an early television set that will be sold with the Ashley Countryside Collection. 26.5.88 (1988)

Some of the 130 enamel signs which will go under the hammer at the Ashley Countryside Collection. 26.5.88 (1988)

Some of the tractors and farm machinery to be sold at the Ashley Countryside Collection. 26.5.88 (1988)

Roy Blackford with a 100 year old cultivator, sometimes known as a tormentor, at the Ashley Countryside Collection. 26.5.88 (1988)

Three craft from Exeter Maritime on display at the Boat Show at Birmingham. 2.3.83 (1983)

Natasja Jos of the Dutch Dairy Bureau, posing with the Dutch tjotter which is newly arrived at the Exeter Maritime Museum. 7.6.88 (1988)

Members of the Smithsonian Institute take to the water at Exeter Maritime Museum. 3.6.89 (1989)

Members of the Britannic Navy and museum volunteers preparing the Hong Kong junk, 'Keying II' for sea in Exeter Maritime Museum. 7.8.95 (1995)

Roger Gorfin, museum foreman, inspecting the chain winding drums on the Isambard Kingdom Brunel's 1844 Bridgwater dredger, 'Bertha', in Exeter Maritime Museum. 7.8.95 (1995)

Exeter Maritime Museum's Chinese junks on Exeter Canal. 24.8.88 (1988)

The schooner Result at Exeter Maritime Museum. 10.3.69 (1969)

Pearling dhow from Bahrain at Exeter Maritime Museum. 21.6.85 (1985)

Exeter Maritime Museum's Chinese junk beached at Sand Bay, Dawlish Warren. 3.8.93 (1993)

John Ffoulkes

Portuguese dancers on a visit to Exeter Maritime Museum. 2.8.83 (1983)

Exeter Maritime Museum. 20.11.91 (1991)

Exeter Maritime Museum. 29.12.72 (1972)

Peter Lush, skipper of the Chinese junk from Exeter Maritime Museum, 5.8.91 (1991)

Richard Austin

The tug St. Canute at Exeter Maritime Museum. 19.4.69 (1969)

Working on the 'Great Harry' miniature man o' war at Exeter Maritime Museum. 17.4.91 (1991)

John Ffoulkes

The schooner Result at Exeter Maritime Museum. 10.3.69 (1969)

John Brise returns to Exeter Maritime Museum from the tall ships race. 29.10.82 (1982)

A unique Bolivian boat at Exeter Maritime Museum. 16.10.68 (1968)

Maritime dredger at Exeter Maritime Museum. 13.8.82 (1982)

Christine O'Neill, director, and Bernard Pratt, chairman of the trustees, receive the keys to Exeter Maritime Museum's new building from Keith Sheppard, director of Exeter Canal and Quay Trust. ... (1989)

A Shetland Isle fishing boat bound for Exeter Maritime Museum. 22.3.78 (1978)

Sir Alec Rose opening Exeter Maritime Museum. 27.6.69 (1969)

The 'Sotero' at Exeter Maritime Museum. 21.6.85 (1985)

Maritime dredger at Exeter Maritime Museum. 13.8.82 (1982)

A unique Bolivian boat at Exeter Maritime Museum. 16.10.68 (1968)

Peter Lush pictured with 'Cygnet' at Exeter Maritime Museum. 14.5.91 (1991)

Exeter Maritime Museum. 20.11.91 (1991)

The Indonesian ambassador Mr Suhartoya opens an exhibition at Exeter Maritime Museum, wathed by the Mayor of Exeter, Diana Bess and the chairman of ISCA, Michael Gibb. 25.7.89 (1991)

The Portuguese ambassador opens an exhibition of Portuguese boats at Exeter Maritime Museum. 27.6.75 (1975)

American couple Jane Mueller and Jan Woelders who came to Exeter to visit Exeter Maritime Museum, which is now closed. 11.10.96 (1996)

Derek Meredith

Exeter Maritime Museum. 20.11.91 (1991)

Straw boat from Lake Titicaca at Exeter Maritime Museum. 19.2.92 (1992)

The 'Anak Bedar' arriving at Exeter Maritime Museum. 11.1.85 (1985)

Pauline Murray at work in the gift shop at Exeter Maritime Museum. 24.2.77 (1977)

The Chineses junk 'Keyring II' from Exeter Maritime Museum passes Countess Wear en route for Dawlish Warren. 25.7.91 (1991)

Mike Drew

Exeter Maritime Museum. 16.5.72 (1972)

Chinese junk leaving Exeter Maritime Museum for Liondon. 25.4.86 (1986)

The Nonsuch at Exeter Maritime Museum. 15.8.69 (1969)

Brian Evans on board the dredger at Exeter Maritime Museum. 28.4.77 (1977)

Paul Wilson and Marilyn Tucker, of the Wren Trust, entertain children at Exeter Maritime Museum. 15.6.94 (1994)

John Ffoulkes

Sir Alec Rose opening Exeter Maritime Museum. 27.6.69 (1969)

Peter Cruttwell at Exeter Maritime Museum. 29.11.91 (1991)

The Nonsuch at Exeter Maritime Museum. 15.8.69 (1969)

Steam crane at Exeter Maritime Museum. 21.5.80 (1980)

Marketing manager Stephen Ayres on board the coot shooting boat at Exeter Maritime Museum. 30.3.94 (1994)

Mark Nova