The PS Wingfield Castle is a former River Humber ferry, now preserved as a museum ship in Hartlepool, County Durham, England.
The Wingfield Castle was built William Gray & Company at Hartlepool, and launched in 1934, along with a sister ship, the Tattershall Castle. A third similar vessel, the Lincoln Castle (not built in Hartlepool), was launched in 1940.
The Middlesbrough Transporter Bridge (or simply Transporter Bridge) is the furthest downstream bridge across the River Tees, England. It connects Middlesbrough on the south bank to Port Clarence on the north bank. It is a transporter bridge, carrying a travelling 'car' or 'gondola' suspended from the bridge, across the river in 90 seconds. The cart can carry 200 people, 9 cars or 6 cars and one...
ABLE own and operate what is probably the largest purpose-designed facility for recycling redundant marine structures including ships. The facility complies with health, safety and environmental standards of the UK, Europe and the USA. Clients for offshore structures decommissioning include some of the major international oil companies including BHP Hamilton, Exxon-Mobil, NAM BV, Phillips Petro...
Whitby Abbey is a ruined Benedictine abbey sited on the East Cliff, 199 steps above Whitby harbour in North Yorkshire on the north-east coast of England.
It was founded in 657 AD by the Anglo-Saxon King of Northumbria, Oswy (Oswiu) as Streoneshalh (the historical name of the town Whitby where the abbey is located). He appointed Lady Hilda, abbess of Hartlepool Abbey and niece of ...
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