Postcard Gallery of Leisure Boats Across Tendring Coast

Queen Line Steamers Poster
Sourced by Roger Kennell, Clacton & District Local History Society
Postcard of the express steamer, Laguna Belle
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Group of friends and lad on Clacton Pier 1910s
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Yarmouth Belle entertaining crowds
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Timetable for Waverley boat trips to Millennium dome, 2001
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Timetable for Waverley & Balmoral summertime cruises, 2001
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Walton Belle steamer
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Two Paddle Steamers at Clacton Pier
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Twin Funnel Pleasure Steamer departs Clacton Pier
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The Walton Belle
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London Boat Leaving Clacton Pier c. 1905
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Colour-tinted postcard of Walton Belle
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Sovereign & Daffodil pleasure boats
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Southend Belle arriving Clacton
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Motor Vessel Royal Sovereign
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Queen of the Channel steamer
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Press cutting: Queen of the Channel at Clacton Pier
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Queen of Channel side view
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Advert for Queen Line Pleasure Steamers
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Queen of the Channel
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Paddle Steamer arriving July 1914
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The Royal Eagle, 1946 by Michael Baston
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motor boat boat with passengers at Clacton Pier
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Medway Queen
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Medway Queen at Southend
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Father & son pose for photo aboard the Golden Eagle
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Steamer leaving for Walton from Clacton, 1934
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Laguna Belle Express Pleasure Steamer from London to Clacton
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Clacton Belle
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Motor Vessel Queen of the Channel
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Queen of the Channel
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Belle Steamer Leaving Clacton Pier
Laguna Belle 1934 day trips to London, Clacton
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Steamer departing Clacton Pier
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Golden Eagle, a regular visitor to Clacton, visits London
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Golden Eagle woman and lifebelt 1938
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First Queen of the Channel
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Embarking at London Bridge
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Clacton to Calais itinerary on Eagle Steamers, 1958
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Eagle Steamers adverts to Calais
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Luxury Steamer Adverts
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Crested Eagle steamer arrives at Clacton Pier, 1930s
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Postcard from M.V. Royal Daffodil pleasure Steamer
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Colour-tinted postcard of the pleasure steamer, Clacton Belle
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Calais pleasure trip terms and conditions
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Postcard of Queen of Channel steamer
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Clacton Belle at Pier 1908
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Belle pleasure steamer arriving at Clacton Pier amongst Navy Ships
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Arial photo Clacton Pier and steamers
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Aerial photo of Queen of Channel at Clacton Pier
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Marjorie and Clacton beach, 1930s
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Sailing boat East beach, Clacton-on-Sea, 1903
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Sailing boat sketch
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Sailing from Clacton Pier
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Variety of boats on Clacton beach c. 1935
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Beach operated boats at Clacton beach
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The Jill passenger boat, West Cliffs, Clacton-on-Sea
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Nemo II pleasure boat, Clacton Pier
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Two beauty queens promoting Clacton's paddle boats
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Motor boat pre-war with passengers, Clacton West Beach
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Remodelled Nemo II, Clacton-on-Sea
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Nemo II passenger boat
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Nemo II passenger boat
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Nemo II at passenger pick-up point, Clacton-on-Sea
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Nemo II & Viking Saga at Clacton West beach, 1957
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Passengers on board Nemo II
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Passenger 'KK' with Viking Saga boatman, Len Austin
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Dick Harman, Captain of Viking Saga with passenger 'KK', local resident, sister of Roger Kennell
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1981: Press cutting for Len Austin, boatman on Viking Saga
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West Beach Scene 1935
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The Viking Saga operated out of Maldon today
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Viking Saga Pleasure Boat
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Viking Saga pirate radio trips
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Viking Saga Postcard
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Viking Saga to Harwich or Brightlingsea Advertisement
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Two boats moored near Clacton Pier c. 1935
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Clacton beach in its peak popularity, 1930s
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Rowing boats, West Beach, Clacton-on-Sea
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A collection of postcards and photographs collected by local historian, Roger Kennell for ‘Resorting to the Coast’.

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