Derek Longly

My pages:

Page link: WARTIME SERVICE OF SS PARIS
WARTIME SERVICE OF SS PARIS
Escape from German E-boats
Page link: WARTIME SERVICE BY NEWHAVEN-DIEPPE STEAMERS
WARTIME SERVICE BY NEWHAVEN-DIEPPE STEAMERS
As Hospital Ships & Other Duties
Page link: WALTER RICHTER
WALTER RICHTER
Ashore in 1972
Page link: ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE CHANNEL
ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE CHANNEL
Ships and Scenes at Dieppe
Page link: SS BRIGHTON
SS BRIGHTON
SS Brighton V - built 1933
Page link: THE MARINA
THE MARINA
Some Photos
Page link: TUG MEECHING REMEMBERED
TUG MEECHING REMEMBERED
Photo tribute to a local tug
Page link: THE CAPITAINE LE GOFF
THE CAPITAINE LE GOFF
A visit to the newly arrived vessel at Dieppe
Page link: EARLY NEWHAVEN - DIEPPE SHIPS
EARLY NEWHAVEN - DIEPPE SHIPS
Part II - Screw Propulsion Vessels
Page link: EARLY NEWHAVEN - DIEPPE SHIPS
EARLY NEWHAVEN - DIEPPE SHIPS
Part I - The Paddle Steamer Era
Page link: GOING 'GREEK'
GOING 'GREEK'
The later lives of Arromanches & Lisieux
Page link: SS BRIGHTON OF 1903
SS BRIGHTON OF 1903
Winter icing
Page link: FREIGHTER DAYS
FREIGHTER DAYS
Memories of some of the Cargo Ships that called at Newhaven
Page link: THE OTHER NEWHAVEN CHANNEL STEAMERS
THE OTHER NEWHAVEN CHANNEL STEAMERS
A Western France Connection
Page link: FISHING BOATS
FISHING BOATS
Brave and sturdy like the men who crewed them
Page link: THE EENDRACHT
THE EENDRACHT
Follow up on 1998 Incident
Page link: WEST QUAY DEVELOPMENT
WEST QUAY DEVELOPMENT
Everything Changes
Page link: SAIL TRAINING SHIP
SAIL TRAINING SHIP "DAR POMORZA"
Polish Sail Training Ship off Newhaven
Page link: SS LONDRES
SS LONDRES
The ship that had five lives
Page link: A QUARTET OF TUGS
A QUARTET OF TUGS
Tiny they may be but they're tough!
Page link: MARITIME CASUALTY OFF NEWHAVEN
MARITIME CASUALTY OFF NEWHAVEN
Incident involving Newhaven Lifeboat
Page link: HMS WATCHFUL AT NEWHAVEN
HMS WATCHFUL AT NEWHAVEN
Naval visitor to the port in 1960
Page link: THE BUILDERS OF NEWHAVEN CONVENT
THE BUILDERS OF NEWHAVEN CONVENT
George Marshall Redman - My Great Grandfather
Page link: NEWHAVEN MANY YEARS AGO
NEWHAVEN MANY YEARS AGO
Old Photograph taken on the west side of the river
Page link: DREDGERS IN THE HARBOUR
DREDGERS IN THE HARBOUR
Utilitarian but essential work-horses
Page link: LITTLE COASTERS AT THE NORTH QUAY
LITTLE COASTERS AT THE NORTH QUAY
Smart Dutch and German visitors
Page link: DAY TRIPS TO DIEPPE
DAY TRIPS TO DIEPPE
Memories from twenty years ago
Page link: FLOODING IN NEWHAVEN
FLOODING IN NEWHAVEN
Inundation in the Chapel Street and harbourside areas
Page link: CARGO SHIPS AND COASTERS
CARGO SHIPS AND COASTERS
A miscellany of working ships that called
Page link: PREPARING FOR THE SENLAC
PREPARING FOR THE SENLAC
Visit by the MV Hengist to test the car ramp
Page link: WRECK OF THE SS NEWSTEAD
WRECK OF THE SS NEWSTEAD
An early photo of a ship ashore
Page link: HUBERT LONGLY - MY GRANDFATHER AND HIS SHIPS
HUBERT LONGLY - MY GRANDFATHER AND HIS SHIPS
Part III - Witness to a Terrible Wartime Event & his Medals
Page link: AN ARTISTS VIEW OF THE HARBOUR
AN ARTISTS VIEW OF THE HARBOUR
Young French artist at Newhaven in the 1950's
Page link: CROSS CHANNEL QUEEN - SS BRIGHTON
CROSS CHANNEL QUEEN - SS BRIGHTON
Perhaps the Ultimate Cross Channel Steamer
Page link: EAST QUAY RECONSTRUCTION?
EAST QUAY RECONSTRUCTION?
A Question for the knowledgable
Page link: MEMORIES OF THE SS WORTHING
MEMORIES OF THE SS WORTHING
My First Channel Crossing
Page link: TESTSIDE AND FOREMOST PRINCE
TESTSIDE AND FOREMOST PRINCE
Harbour Workhorses
Page link: A PHOTOGRAPHER'S VIEW OF THE HARBOUR
A PHOTOGRAPHER'S VIEW OF THE HARBOUR
Some atmospheric pictures taken over the years
Page link: THE WINTERS OF '91 AND '98
THE WINTERS OF '91 AND '98
It gets cold down South too!
Page link: THE NEWHAVEN - DIEPPE SERVICE AT THE TURN OF THE CENTURY
THE NEWHAVEN - DIEPPE SERVICE AT THE TURN OF THE CENTURY
Ships of the LBSCR & Chemins de Fer de L'Ouest
Page link: THE TINY TIDWORTH AND THE FOREMOST 22
THE TINY TIDWORTH AND THE FOREMOST 22
Harbour tugs before the Meeching
Page link: SAILING INTO NEWHAVEN
SAILING INTO NEWHAVEN
A coastal voyage
Page link: THE THREE STALWARTS
THE THREE STALWARTS
The little ships that helped the service survive
Page link: ARTHUR LONGLY - ANOTHER CHARACTER WITH STRONG NEWHAVEN CONNECTIONS
ARTHUR LONGLY - ANOTHER CHARACTER WITH STRONG NEWHAVEN CONNECTIONS
The cycling enthusiast who managed the Co-op
Page link: VISITORS TO THE PORT
VISITORS TO THE PORT
Some of the ships you may have missed
Page link: CAR FERRIES FALAISE AND NORMANNIA
CAR FERRIES FALAISE AND NORMANNIA
Conversions that brought life back to the Dieppe run
Page link: WAS THIS A UNIQUE EVENT?
WAS THIS A UNIQUE EVENT?
Newhaven hosts the 'Golden Arrow' service
Page link: NEWHAVEN - A MOMENT IN TIME
NEWHAVEN - A MOMENT IN TIME
A Sunday morning photographic stroll around town in early Spring 1989
Page link: THE ROUGH AND THE SMOOTH ABOARD VILLANDRY & VALENCAY
THE ROUGH AND THE SMOOTH ABOARD VILLANDRY & VALENCAY
They sailed no matter what the weather
Page link: PHOTOS FROM THE 50'S AND 60'S
PHOTOS FROM THE 50'S AND 60'S
Views around the harbour
Page link: PARADE OF PADDLERS
PARADE OF PADDLERS
Visiting paddle steamers over the years
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: THE CHIC CHARTRES
THE CHIC CHARTRES
Floating Gallery of French Art & Design
Page link: SAD END FOR THE LONDRES
SAD END FOR THE LONDRES
A Greek Tragedy
Page link: LISIEUX and ARROMANCHES
LISIEUX and ARROMANCHES
Two ferries with Gallic Flair
Page link: HUBERT LONGLY - MY GRANDFATHER AND HIS SHIPS
HUBERT LONGLY - MY GRANDFATHER AND HIS SHIPS
A Newhaven character recalled
Page link: CRUISE SHIP VISITORS
CRUISE SHIP VISITORS
Newhaven as a cruise destination!
Page link: NORTH QUAY SHIPS IN THE 1950's
NORTH QUAY SHIPS IN THE 1950's
Visiting Coasters