After several years of writing, typing, correcting and re-typing May saw the publication of Fred Schofield’s book ‘Humber Keels and Keelmen’. This detailed and definitive work, describes the ships, the men and women who worked them, the waterways on which they sailed and the many cargoes they carried. Published by Terence Dalton Ltd the book has 300 pages, illustrated with almost 200 photographs with maps and drawings by Edward Paget-Tomlinson and Cedric Lodge.
BBC TV series “ The Past Afloat” has anyone seen it? A book was published by bbc under the same title. Written by Anthony Burton
In September, 1983, it was time to watch the BBC TV series “A Voyage Between Two Seas” presented by Pete Morgan, particularly the final episode “Along the Ouse and Humber to the Sea” with its magnificent sequences of COMRADE under sail from Goole to Hull.
Looks much simpler to rig than your barge Neyrs, and for transport too. Got me thinking 🤔