Morgenster was launched in 1919 as a herring lugger “Vrouw Maria” SCH 324 for the fishing company den Dulk. She was built at the shipyard Boot in Alphen. In 1927 she was motorised (200 HP La Meuse) and extended for another 7 meters. There she got her new name “Morgenster”. She continued as a motorised fishing vessel until 1970. Due to certification requirements the owner took her out of fishing. She was sold to Jaq Vrolijk who exploited her in sport fishing daytrips.
An artistic impression of the golden fish sculpture with the Mapfre building behind it, in Barcelona. The beach is popular with locals and tourists.
A digital impression of an old US army Jeep from an original photograph of mine.
An artistic impression of a light haulage truck circa 1934. This image was created from an original image of mine.
BSA motorcycles were made by the Birmingham Small Arms Company Limited (BSA), which was a major British industrial combine, a group of businesses manufacturing military and sporting motorcycles. This is a pencil and ink drawing from one of my original images.
David Brown Tractors began in 1936 when Harry Ferguson and David Brown entered a partnership to make a small agricultural tractor powered by a Coventry Climax engine at the famous David Brown Park Gear Works in Huddersfield. Very soon David Brown had introduced his own engine and had secretly begun plans to market his own tractor; the writing was soon on the wall for the partnership with Ferguson. This drawing is a didgital representation of one of my own images
Two US army trucks side by side in a field. A sepia painting created from my ordginal image.
An artistic impression of a Massey Ferguson tractor. in sepia. This image was created from an original image of mine.
The Thames Trader was a range of trucks manufactured by Ford UK built between 1957 and 1965. This is a black and white drawing of one of my original photographs.
This 1946 Ford van was used by Tregunna builders in Cornwall. A black and white drawing of one of my original images.
The Lizard Lighthouse is a lighthouse at Lizard Point, Cornwall, England, built to guide vessels passing through the English Channel. It was often the welcoming beacon to persons returning to England, where on a clear night, the reflected light could be seen 100 miles away. A pencil and texture created from my original image.