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"HMS Flinders"
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"HMS Flinders"

Museum Ref No: f1d_0031, f1d-0036, f1d-0036a
"Pride of Midlands" and "HMS Flinders" on fire fighting exercise.
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"HMS Manly"
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"HMS Manly"

Museum Ref No: F4c_0026
Visit to Poole by "HMS Manly", commanded by Lt.Cdr. B.R. Judd, R.N., senior officer inshore training squadron. 7-10 Sept. 1983. Photographed by Mike Lennon.
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"HMS Poole"
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"HMS Poole"

Museum Ref No: F4c_0031, F4c_0031a
"HMS Poole", a J class minesweeper, number J.147, in the Solent, possibly near Arne. Served throughout WW2.
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"Holzapfel.I"
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"Holzapfel.I"

Museum Ref No: Coney box 3 photograph 35
"Holzapfel.I" (registered at Newcastle on Tyne) at Hamworthy Quay. (Coney photograph)
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"Holzapfel.I"
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"Holzapfel.I"

Museum Ref No: Coney box 3 photograph 29
"Holzapfel.I" at Hamworthy Quay with Poole Quay in background, showing coal transporter. (Coney photograph)
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"Holzapfel.I"
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"Holzapfel.I"

Museum Ref No: Coney album 4 photograph 42
"Holzapfel.I" (Newcastle on Tyne) at Hamworthy Quay. (Coney photograph)
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"Holzapfel.I"
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"Holzapfel.I"

Museum Ref No: Coney Album 2 Photograph 2
"Holzapfel.I" moored at Hamworthy Quay. Poole Quay in background. (Coney photograph)
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"Holzapfel.I"
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"Holzapfel.I"

Museum Ref No: Coney glass slides. Box 2, No.2.
"Holzapfel.I" being towed by steam tug between the quays. (Coney photograph)
Photograph
book

"Honest Thieves: The violent heyday of English smuggling"

Museum Ref No: MAR 364.13309422
"Honest Thieves: the violent heyday of English smuggling" by F.F. Nicholls, published by William Heinemann, London, 1973. Illus. ISBN 434 512206. Chapters 8-16
Book
"Hove"
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"Hove"

Museum Ref No: Batting/Box 12/Ships 5/No.7 - Hove
Cargo vessel "Hove". (Batting photograph)
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