Chris Graham on 7th November 2022
We report on the four vessels that were the winners of the National Historic Ships UK Flagships of the Year awards this year.
Chris Graham on 2nd November 2022
Kevin Hoggett reports on a chance encounter he had with a pre-World War II Bucyrus tracked steam shovel in Colorado, USA.
Chris Graham on 27th October 2022
We report on the 110-year-old American battleship that's just been moved to a dry dock for the start of a $35 million restoration in Texas.
Chris Graham on 19th October 2022
Conrad Waters provides a photographic review of the Royal Navy’s famous County class ships, an impressive heavy cruiser design.
Chris Graham on 20th September 2022
Conrad Waters recounts the terrible losses sustained by the Royal Navy and its Commonwealth allies between November 1941 and May 1942.
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 4th May 2022
We mark the 75th anniversary of when America's fallen from WW2 started being repatriated for proper burial at home.
Chris Graham on 29th April 2022
We report on the sad news that the 1945, Guppy-type American submarine exhibited for years in Charlestone Harbour, USA, is to be scrapped.
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 6th December 2021
Jim Shaw showcases the amazing, between-the-wars images produced by official Panama Canal photographer, Ernest ‘Red’ Hallen.
Chris Graham on 24th November 2021
Paul Brown describes the 14-year Royal Navy career of the late Prince Philip, who became HRH The Duke of Edinburgh.