FREIGHTERS & OTHER LARGE BOATS

Page link: ALL SORTS OF SHIPS
ALL SORTS OF SHIPS
Various photos from the late 1980's
Page link: AN UNUSUAL CUSTOMER FOR THE GRIDIRON
AN UNUSUAL CUSTOMER FOR THE GRIDIRON
A tanker visits in the early 1960's
Page link: ANOTHER 'FULL HOUSE' AT THE EAST QUAY
ANOTHER 'FULL HOUSE' AT THE EAST QUAY
Back when the port was busy!
Page link: ARCO DEE
ARCO DEE
Passing through the swing bridge
Page link: ARGENTINA STAR
ARGENTINA STAR
Argentina Star leaving the port ( pictures taken from West Pier Light )
Page link: BANANA BOATS
BANANA BOATS
Shipments in distinctive cargo ships
Page link: BOTHNIAN REEFER
BOTHNIAN REEFER
Lauritzen Reefers
Page link: BUSY NORTH QUAY
BUSY NORTH QUAY
Pre WW2 with Strickland's Granary still intact
Page link: CARGO / CRUISE SHIPS
CARGO / CRUISE SHIPS
Visiting cargo and cruise vessels
Page link: CARGO SHIPS  - 1990's / 2008
CARGO SHIPS - 1990's / 2008
East quay visitors
Page link: CARGO SHIPS AND COASTERS
CARGO SHIPS AND COASTERS
A miscellany of working ships that called
Page link: COAL TO NEWHAVEN
COAL TO NEWHAVEN
Bringing coal for the gasworks
Page link: CON ZELO
CON ZELO
A former Newhaven regular.
Page link: CRUISE SHIP VISITORS
CRUISE SHIP VISITORS
Newhaven as a cruise destination!
Page link: CRUISE SHIPS
CRUISE SHIPS
The Twins at East Quay
Page link: CRUISE SHIPS VISIT
CRUISE SHIPS VISIT
June 1994
Page link: CRYSTAL JEWEL
CRYSTAL JEWEL
Moored off Newhaven harbour after a collision.
Page link: DREDGER
DREDGER
Photo taken in the late 1990's
Page link: EAST QUAY SHIPPING
EAST QUAY SHIPPING
The Perth c1983
Page link: FREIGHTER DAYS
FREIGHTER DAYS
Memories of some of the Cargo Ships that called at Newhaven
Page link: FREIGHTERS
FREIGHTERS
Used to be a common sight
Page link: FREIGHTERS
FREIGHTERS
Visitors to Newhaven
Page link: FREIGHTERS IN PORT
FREIGHTERS IN PORT
Views from the 1980's
Page link: FULL HOUSE
FULL HOUSE
Railway Quay
Page link: FULL HOUSE OF FERRIES FROM VARIOUS ERAS
FULL HOUSE OF FERRIES FROM VARIOUS ERAS
Busy scenes at the quays
Page link: FULL HOUSE!
FULL HOUSE!
A very busy North Quay
Page link: GERMAN COASTER PELLWORM
GERMAN COASTER PELLWORM
With shifted cargo
Page link: HARBOUR
HARBOUR
Views in old postcards
Page link: HARBOUR ENTRANCE - 1960 / 1990
HARBOUR ENTRANCE - 1960 / 1990
Ferries departing
Page link: HUGIN VIKING SHIP
HUGIN VIKING SHIP
9th September 1949
Page link: ILLARIA
ILLARIA
Cruise ship 1990's
Page link: LITTLE COASTERS AT THE NORTH QUAY
LITTLE COASTERS AT THE NORTH QUAY
Smart Dutch and German visitors
Page link: MORE 1950's CALLERS AT NORTH QUAY
MORE 1950's CALLERS AT NORTH QUAY
Kodak box camera photos from my teens
Page link: MORE BANANA BOATS
MORE BANANA BOATS
A dozen of them this time!
Page link: MORE FULL HOUSES
MORE FULL HOUSES
Railway and East Quays both packed.
Page link: MV BREST
MV BREST
But not where you'd expect to see her!
Page link: NEWHAVEN HARBOUR
NEWHAVEN HARBOUR
The cargo ship " Rennes " entering the harbour
Page link: NEWHAVEN SWING BRIDGES
NEWHAVEN SWING BRIDGES
Former and replacement
Page link: NORTH QUAY SHIPS IN THE 1950's
NORTH QUAY SHIPS IN THE 1950's
Visiting Coasters
Page link: OLD SAIL BOAT - c1982
OLD SAIL BOAT - c1982
Visiting the harbour
Page link: PADDLE STEAMER 'CONSUL'
PADDLE STEAMER 'CONSUL'
Pictured at the Railway Quay, early 1960's
Page link: PARADE OF PADDLERS
PARADE OF PADDLERS
Visiting paddle steamers over the years
Page link: PHOTOS FROM JOHN HENDY - 7
PHOTOS FROM JOHN HENDY - 7
The Sitakund incident, October 1968
Page link: PS RYDE
PS RYDE
At the east quay in 1961
Page link: PS SANDOWN
PS SANDOWN
Early 1960's
Page link: S.S. SHIELDHALL
S.S. SHIELDHALL
An occasional summer visitor
Page link: SAIL TRAINING SHIP
SAIL TRAINING SHIP "DAR POMORZA"
Polish Sail Training Ship off Newhaven
Page link: SEA CLOUD
SEA CLOUD
A very attractive visitor.
Page link: SEAFROST and the ROYAL REEFER
SEAFROST and the ROYAL REEFER
Meeching Tug hard at work 1982
Page link: THE HAMMERSHUS
THE HAMMERSHUS
Cruise Ship at Newhaven
Page link: THE HARBOUR IN THE 90'S
THE HARBOUR IN THE 90'S
More memories of a working port
Page link: THE THREE STALWARTS
THE THREE STALWARTS
The little ships that helped the service survive
Page link: UNUSUAL MOORING
UNUSUAL MOORING
West side not East
Page link: WRECK OF THE SS NEWSTEAD
WRECK OF THE SS NEWSTEAD
An early photo of a ship ashore