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Salvage Gallery: LFB and London Salvage Corps at a serious fire
LFB and London Salvage Corps at a serious fire
Salvage Gallery: Turn out more Scrap Metal - Turn out More Tanks poster
Turn out more Scrap Metal - Turn out More Tanks poster
Salvage Gallery: German Diver Goes Down
German Diver Goes Down
Salvage Gallery: Major fire in Wandsworth Road, Clapham SW8
Major fire in Wandsworth Road, Clapham SW8
Salvage Gallery: City of London handcart with scrap bomb metal, WW2
City of London handcart with scrap bomb metal, WW2
Salvage Gallery: Major fire in Wandsworth Road, Clapham SW8
Major fire in Wandsworth Road, Clapham SW8
Salvage Gallery: The London Salvage Corps HQ, 40-42 Watling Street
The London Salvage Corps HQ, 40-42 Watling Street
Salvage Gallery: London Salvage Corps at work with salvage sheets
London Salvage Corps at work with salvage sheets
Salvage Gallery: Army airship crash at Farnborough
Army airship crash at Farnborough
Salvage Gallery: GLC-LFB Warehouse fire, Herring Street, London
GLC-LFB Warehouse fire, Herring Street, London
Salvage Gallery: Poster: Salvage Saves Shipping
Poster: Salvage Saves Shipping
Salvage Gallery: Boy with bicycle wheel, Balham, SW London
Boy with bicycle wheel, Balham, SW London
Salvage Gallery: Troops aiding Civil Defence Wardens with salvage work
Troops aiding Civil Defence Wardens with salvage work
Salvage Gallery: Sorting a dust-heap at a County Council depot 1900
Sorting a dust-heap at a County Council depot 1900
Salvage Gallery: Salvage operations, sunken submarine M2
Salvage operations, sunken submarine M2
Salvage Gallery: Bomb damage, Marlow Road, East Ham, WW2
Bomb damage, Marlow Road, East Ham, WW2
Salvage Gallery: EGYPT WRECK - 5
EGYPT WRECK - 5
Salvage Gallery: Men stand on forepart of part-submerged German Battlecruiser
Men stand on forepart of part-submerged German Battlecruiser
Salvage Gallery: Bounteous fishing trawler half submerged, Newlyn, Cornwall
Bounteous fishing trawler half submerged, Newlyn, Cornwall
Salvage Gallery: Airbags used to raise fishing trawler, Newlyn, Cornwall
Airbags used to raise fishing trawler, Newlyn, Cornwall
Salvage Gallery: Robert Morrison, 1940
Robert Morrison, 1940
Salvage Gallery: Ship breakers of T W Ward Ltd, with old boiler
Ship breakers of T W Ward Ltd, with old boiler
Salvage Gallery: Tresco - The Valhalla - Figureheads from Shipwrecks
Tresco - The Valhalla - Figureheads from Shipwrecks
Salvage Gallery: WW2 poster, request for salvage
WW2 poster, request for salvage
Salvage Gallery: Two beachcombers, Hove and Brighton seafront
Two beachcombers, Hove and Brighton seafront
Salvage Gallery: Blitz in London -- aftermath of bombing
Blitz in London -- aftermath of bombing
Salvage Gallery: Salvage operation in Victoria Park Road, East London, WW2
Salvage operation in Victoria Park Road, East London, WW2
Salvage Gallery: Blitz in London -- Mansfield Road sub-station, WW2
Blitz in London -- Mansfield Road sub-station, WW2
Salvage Gallery: Blitz in London -- salvage operation, WW2
Blitz in London -- salvage operation, WW2
Salvage Gallery: Two firefighters with salvage van and light pump, WW2
Two firefighters with salvage van and light pump, WW2
Salvage Gallery: Bomb damage, Marlow Road, East Ham, WW2
Bomb damage, Marlow Road, East Ham, WW2
Salvage Gallery: Bomb damage and crater, Petherton Road, London, WW2
Bomb damage and crater, Petherton Road, London, WW2
Salvage Gallery: Salvage operation, Petherton Road, London, WW2
Salvage operation, Petherton Road, London, WW2
Salvage Gallery: NFS personnel in salvage operation, WW2
NFS personnel in salvage operation, WW2
Salvage Gallery: Salvaging furniture from damaged homes, London, WW2
Salvaging furniture from damaged homes, London, WW2
Salvage Gallery: Man with salvage cart, London, WW2
Man with salvage cart, London, WW2
Salvage Gallery: Firefighters in action, Great Sutton Street, Clerkenwell
Firefighters in action, Great Sutton Street, Clerkenwell
Salvage Gallery: Firefighters in action at Ludgate Circus, London
Firefighters in action at Ludgate Circus, London
Salvage Gallery: Church bells saved from becoming enemy shells, Russia, 1915
Church bells saved from becoming enemy shells, Russia, 1915
Salvage Gallery: British soldiers salvaging near Bapaume, WW1
British soldiers salvaging near Bapaume, WW1
Salvage Gallery: Mersey Salvage Vessel
Mersey Salvage Vessel
Salvage Gallery: London Salvage Corps and LFB at the scene of a fire
London Salvage Corps and LFB at the scene of a fire
Salvage Gallery: Chamber of Horrors waxworks damaged by water, 1925
Chamber of Horrors waxworks damaged by water, 1925
Salvage Gallery: Raper drawing No. 6
Raper drawing No. 6
Salvage Gallery: Men looking for shrapnel, 1940
Men looking for shrapnel, 1940
Salvage Gallery: Blitz in London -- bombed sub-station, South London, WW2
Blitz in London -- bombed sub-station, South London, WW2
Salvage Gallery: GLC-LFB Salvage Tender
GLC-LFB Salvage Tender
Salvage Gallery: London Salvage Corps at an incident
London Salvage Corps at an incident

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Salvage is the process of recovering a damaged or sunken vessel, its cargo, and other items of value from the sea. Salvage operations are often conducted in cases of maritime disasters, such as shipwrecks, collisions, fires, and other accidents. Salvage operations can also be conducted in cases of intentional destruction, such as piracy or illegal dumping.
The process of salvage is complex and involves a variety of legal and technical considerations. Salvage operations must be conducted in accordance with international maritime law and the laws of the country in which the salvage is taking place. Salvage operations must also take into account the safety of the salvagers, the environment, and the value of the salvage.
The goal of salvage is to recover as much of the vessel, cargo, and other items of value as possible. Salvage operations can involve the use of specialized equipment, such as cranes, divers, and submersibles. Salvage operations may also involve the use of explosives to break up the vessel or cargo.
The salvage process can be expensive, and the cost of the salvage operation must be taken into account when determining the value of the salvage. The cost of the salvage operation is typically paid for by the owner of the vessel or cargo, or by the salvagers themselves.
In some cases, the salvagers may be entitled to a portion of the value of the salvage. This is known as a “salvage award” and is typically determined by the court or other authority. The salvage award is intended to compensate the salvagers for their efforts in recovering the vessel or cargo.
Salvage operations can be dangerous and require specialized skills and knowledge. Salvage operations can also be time-consuming and expensive. However, the successful recovery of a vessel or cargo can be a rewarding experience for the salvagers and can result in a significant financial reward.