Chris Graham on 25th November 2022
The Gibson family were famous photographers of shipwrecks around the Cornish coast. Here's a fascinating sample of their outstanding images.
Chris Graham on 24th July 2022
Conrad Waters recounts the decisive Battle of Midway, which was a turning point in the Pacific theatre during World War II.
Chris Graham on 20th June 2022
Jim Shaw takes a nostalgic look back at conventional breakbulk refrigerator ships, a type of vessel that's now all but disappeared.
Chris Graham on 24th May 2022
We spotlight 10 classic ships from the 1950s, '60s and '70s that were interestingly re-purposed during their working lives around the world.
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.
Chris Graham on 22nd December 2021
Cunard Line’s famous transatlantic Queens have fascinating histories, now recounted by QM2 designer Stephen Payne in a new book.
Chris Graham on 7th September 2021
Mike Neale tells the interesting story of a very rare survivor in America, a 1963 Ford Econoline Travel Wagon.
Chris Graham on 6th July 2021
Mark Berry charts the all too short life of the record-breaking Normandie, surely one of the greatest transatlantic liners ever built.
Chris Graham on 30th June 2021
Tony Hoyland spotlights one of the most successful lines of tractors to come out of the John Deere stable; the two-cylinder Model B
Chris Graham on 16th June 2021
Bob Weir meets American truck enthusiast Frankie Wilson, from Scotland, and gets to grips with his impressive 1976 Mack F700-Series truck.
Chris Graham on 20th March 2021
Keith Haddock delivers another bucketful of steam shovel history as he continues his A-to-Z review with a look at some more, notable American manufacturers.