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  • Spurn Lightship’s future secured

    Spurn Lightship’s future secured

    Chris Graham on 13th April 2022

    We report on the great news that, thanks to additional funding, the future of the Spurn Lightship has been secured.

  • Paddle steamer Medway Queen update

    Paddle steamer Medway Queen update

    Chris Graham on 5th April 2022

    Richard Halton of the Medway Queen Preservation Society brings us a detailed update on this remarkable paddle steamer.

  • The Night Hunters exhibition

    The Night Hunters exhibition

    Chris Graham on 31st March 2022

    We preview a new exhibition – The Night Hunters: The Royal Navy’s Coastal Forces at War – at Gosport's Explosion Museum of Naval Firepower.

  • HMS Warrior’s important records

    HMS Warrior’s important records

    Chris Graham on 9th March 2022

    We report on how HMS Warrior's archive of historical weather readings is being used to better understand the climate during the 19th century. 

  • P&O’s 1948 turbine steamer Himalaya

    P&O’s 1948 turbine steamer Himalaya

    Chris Graham on 25th February 2022

    Here's a brief insight into the life and times of P&O's turbine steamer Himalaya, which cruised for many years between London and Australia.

  • 1913 steam tug Kerne is back!

    1913 steam tug Kerne is back!

    Chris Graham on 23rd February 2022

    After more than three years of hard work, 1913 steam tug Kerne has returned to steam, as Paul Kirkbride reports.

  • Cunard’s Saxonia Class ocean liners

    Cunard’s Saxonia Class ocean liners

    Chris Graham on 16th February 2022

    Daniel Geare charts the history of Cunard’s Saxonia Class ocean liners built for the Canadian service, and their successful cruising careers.

  • The Royal Navy’s first submarine

    The Royal Navy’s first submarine

    Chris Graham on 11th February 2022

    James Hendrie tells the fascinating story of the Royal Navy's first submarine, Holland 1, which is now on display in Gosport.

  • USS Tarawa; a mid-1970s ground-breaker

    USS Tarawa; a mid-1970s ground-breaker

    Chris Graham on 1st February 2022

    The first Landing Helicopter Assault ship, USS Tarawa, joined the US Navy in 1976. Patrick Boniface recalls this ground-breaking warship.

  • 1910 wooden canal boat saved!

    1910 wooden canal boat saved!

    Chris Graham on 18th January 2022

    Colin Wareing reports on the chance discover, rescue and on-going restoration of a wonderful, 1910 wooden canal boat.

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