The Tyne Lifeboat

The Tyne Lifeboat

This is the Tyne Lifeboat at South Shields on South Tyneside, North East England. Its the worlds second oldest lifeboat in existence and one of the North East's most important example of Maritime Heritage. It was built in 1833 and was severely bomb damaged in World War 2 but is now fully restored and a treasures memorial in the town.

Amanda Ainsley

Image size: 5096 x 3621, 7.55Mb | Camera details: NIKON D7200 | Date uploaded: 14/07/2018

Amanda Ainsley | The Tyne Lifeboat
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