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Sea Port Collection

Background imageSea Port Collection: England / Appledore

England / Appledore
Appledore, a quaint fishing village and seaport in North Devon, situated on the estuary of the River Torridge and Taw

Background imageSea Port Collection: England / Porthleven

England / Porthleven
Low tide at Porthleven, a small seaport town on Mounts Bay, Cornwall, England

Background imageSea Port Collection: England / Watchet

England / Watchet
Cattle being driven through the ancient town of Watchet Somerset, an interesting old seaport

Background imageSea Port Collection: Scotland / Tobermory

Scotland / Tobermory
View of Tobermory, an attractive seaport and the principal town of the Isle of Mull, on the west coast of Scotland

Background imageSea Port Collection: England / Watchet

England / Watchet
Low tide in the Harbour at Watchet, Somerset, an old and interesting seaport

Background imageSea Port Collection: Padstow Custom House

Padstow Custom House
The Custom House at Padstow, an old seaport on the north coast of Cornwall, England. Date: 19th century

Background imageSea Port Collection: Safi, Morocco

Safi, Morocco
The seaport of Safi, (also known as Tzaffin) SW of Casablanca, was the site of a Portuguese fortress in the 16th century, and the Allies will land here in 1942

Background imageSea Port Collection: BAYEU Y SUBIAS, Francisco (1734-1795). Seaport

BAYEU Y SUBIAS, Francisco (1734-1795). Seaport. 18th c. Oil on canvas. SPAIN. Valencia. San Pio V Fine Arts Museum

Background imageSea Port Collection: Galati, Romania - Sailors / Fleet

Galati, Romania - Sailors / Fleet
Sailors and boats of the Romanian Fleet at Galati, Romania, the capital of Galati County - the largest seaport on the River Danube. Date: circa 1900

Background imageSea Port Collection: Romania - Floods at Galati

Romania - Floods at Galati, the capital of Galai County. The largest seaport on the Danube, the waterfront was prone to flooding, as shown here

Background imageSea Port Collection: Galati, Romania - Rooftops

Galati, Romania - Rooftops
The caption of this card rather romantically translates as " perspective on the valley slopes" - but appears to me to be a rather standard view looking out over the rooftops of Galati

Background imageSea Port Collection: Galati, Romania - Boat for Sulina

Galati, Romania - Boat for Sulina
An oriental excursion boat to Sulina - this appears to be a rather over-capacity River Danube Ferry decked out for the occasion... Date: 1902

Background imageSea Port Collection: Galati, Romania - Strada Portului

Galati, Romania - Strada Portului (Port Street). Galati is the largest seaport on the River Danube Date: circa 1910s

Background imageSea Port Collection: Floating Dock at Galati

Floating Dock at Galati
A view of the battleship Elisabeta in a floating dock at Galati, Romania - the largest seaport on the River Danube. The handwritten message states that the cards recipient will recognise the dock

Background imageSea Port Collection: Scotland / Oban

Scotland / Oban
A fine impression of the harbour at Oban, Argyllshire, Scotland, a busy seaport, known as the Gateway to the Highlands, Date: 1950s

Background imageSea Port Collection: Ancient ships in a Roman seaport

Ancient ships in a Roman seaport
An ancient Roman ships in a Roman seaport. Mercury, messenger of the gods and god of commerce, oversees proceedings from atop a column in the harbour

Background imageSea Port Collection: Iskenderun - Turkey

Iskenderun - Turkey
Fine waterside buildings at Iskenderun, Turkey. Also known as Alexandretta in Greek and in English Alexandrette. Turkish city at the far eastern end of the Mediterranean coast

Background imageSea Port Collection: Limmasol, Cyprus

Limmasol, Cyprus
(also spelt Limasol) The chief seaport of Cyprus, seen from the sea

Background imageSea Port Collection: Croatia Rijeka

Croatia Rijeka
Fiume, now known as Rijeka (both names mean river ) is the principal seaport of Croatia, located on Kvarmar Bay of the Adriatic

Background imageSea Port Collection: Montenegro Perastro

Montenegro Perastro
A seaport on the Dalmatian coast picturesquely located between Risan and Kotor

Background imageSea Port Collection: Ukraine / Sevastopol

Ukraine / Sevastopol
(formerly known as Sebastopol) Seaport in the Crimea, the focus of intense fighting during the Crimea War

Background imageSea Port Collection: China / Wei-Hai

China / Wei-Hai
(previously Wei-hai-wei) Seaport occupied by Japanese 1895-1898, leased to Britain 1898-1930, re-occupied by Japanese 1938-1945

Background imageSea Port Collection: Hormuz, Iran in C16

Hormuz, Iran in C16
The seaport of Hormuz (formerly Ormuz) is an important trade centre, taken in 1514 by the Portuguese who will keep it till 1622

Background imageSea Port Collection: Bandar Abbas / Gamron

Bandar Abbas / Gamron
Bandar Abbas (formerly Gamron), a flourishing seaport near Hormoz, in southern Iran

Background imageSea Port Collection: Cannanore, India

Cannanore, India
(or Kananur) Seaport on Malabar coast, SW India, visited by Vasco da Gama 1498, Portuguese fort built here in 1505

Background imageSea Port Collection: Mosque at Al Luhayyah

Mosque at Al Luhayyah, s seaport in Yemen

Background imageSea Port Collection: Tartus, Syria, in 1810

Tartus, Syria, in 1810
The seaport of Tartus (formerly known as Tortosa) with its castle and boats in the harbour

Background imageSea Port Collection: Corsica Ajaccio

Corsica Ajaccio
General view of the principal city and seaport of Corsica, seen from the sea : Napoleon I was born here

Background imageSea Port Collection: Wales / Anglesey

Wales / Anglesey
Amlwych, Anglesey, Wales, once a busy seaport, shipping ore from the Parys Mountain copper mines, where the Romans are said to have obtained much of their copper

Background imageSea Port Collection: Catalonia Conflict 7

Catalonia Conflict 7
The civil administrator of Tarragona, a Catalonian seaport, is assassinated by the rebels

Background imageSea Port Collection: Italy / Trieste 1840

Italy / Trieste 1840
The harbour of the commercial seaport of Trieste at the head of the Adratic Sea on the Gulf of Trieste

Background imageSea Port Collection: Ukraine - Kherson

Ukraine - Kherson
Historic seaport and naval base on the Dnieper river

Background imageSea Port Collection: Auckland Nz

Auckland Nz
A paddle steamer enters the harbour of New Zealands principal seaport, originally the capital until superseded by Wellington : it is located on the North Island

Background imageSea Port Collection: Tuticorin, India 1671

Tuticorin, India 1671
Seaport and trading centre, southern India, founded by Portuguese, taken by the Dutch in 1658, acquired by the British in 1825. Native fishing boats are at work

Background imageSea Port Collection: Nagapattinam, India 1671

Nagapattinam, India 1671
Seaport and trading centre, 250km south of Madras : occupied by the Dutch 1666 - 1671, later by the British

Background imageSea Port Collection: Inchon, Korea

Inchon, Korea
A major seaport of Korea, formerly known as Chemulpo to some, Jinsen to others. Also a Korean nobleman in his distinctive hat

Background imageSea Port Collection: Townsville Queensland

Townsville Queensland
You wouldn t guess it from this picturesque view, but Townsville is a major seaport and industrial city



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