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Also includes information on new gas operated lit buoys that have replaced some lightship stations. Clear, close original 5 x 8 cropped press photo shows great detail of the crew of Relief Lightship No. 78 / WAL 505 on Ambrose Channel Lightship Station (relieving Ambrose Lightship WLV 613). Clear, close original 6 x 8 press photo shows great detail as the crew of the tender load a boat with supplies for the lightship, moored just ahead of the tender. Cost of the new ship was 5, 000 --just half of a manned lightship. Clear, close original 8 x 10 official Coast Guard photo shows great detail of the Huron lightship moored at the Coast Guard Aids to Navigation School in Detroit as Coast Guardsmen learn by actual contact, this phase of lighting the stormy Great Lakes.
99 to an unmanned, experimental radio-controlled vessel named Exp or Exp-99, and later Sandy Hook Experimental Lightship. The lives and working conditions of the brave men, who for over 260 years put their lives at risk guiding ships safely to their destinations, has been almost forgotten. Dr Liam Clarke answers these questions with a discussion of local lightship disasters including interviews with some of those who once served. 5 at Merrils Wharf in New Bedford, ready to go on station. Photo is b/w and includes date and credit line or description on back. Photo measures 7 x 9 and is clean and clear, light wear only. 99 to an unmanned, experimental radio-controlled vessel named Exp or Exp-99, and later Sandy Hook Experimental Lightship. Her two 15,000-candlepower lights were visible 14 miles from the mastheads 65 feet above the vessels waterline. Photo is b/w and includes date and credit line or description on back.
and the East Coast until 1949, when the Coast Guard modified Lightship No. Throughout the centuries, this dangerous occupation has claimed the lives of a number of lightship crews and those who tried to save them. Where did they live and what was the effect upon local communities when these tragedies occurred? Great detail of the Captain in his Lighthouse Service uniform and of the deck of the lightship. Original b/w photo is by Acme News Pictures and includes news description dated April 29, 1950. and the East Coast until 1949, when the Coast Guard modified Lightship No. Clear, close original 7 x 9 press photos shows great detail of the Swiftsure Bank Lightship moored on station in moderate swells on a clear day. Great detail of the Captain in his Lighthouse Service uniform. Includes newspaper caption on back with description.
Light in the Darkness examines the origins of the British lightship service, the obstacles and prejudices that faced originators of the idea and the subsequent development of the vessels and working practices over the years. Clear, close original 8 x 10 press photos shows great detail of Captain Johnson on the deck of the new lightship as men load provisions before going on station on Five Fathom Bank, NJ. 108, the newest lightship in service at the time, was about to take her station for the first time guarding New York Harbor. Scrambling for rafts, the nine-man crew barely made it to safety before she sank, stern first ten minutes later. Photo is b/w and includes date and credit line on back. Photo is b/w and includes date and description (incorrect) on back. However, the experiment was postponed indefinitely and the experimental vessel was apparently never used. (x)Clear, close original 7 x 10 press photos shows great detail of Captain Johnson on the bridge wing of the lightship. 108, the newest lightship in service at the time, was about to take her station for the first time guarding New York Harbor. Photo is b/w and includes date and description on back. Under the reorganization, the lightship was taken over by the Coast Guard at this time.
Great digital copy photograph, crystal clear image from original photo, shows the pier at the Lighthouse Depot with stores stockpiled for the three lightships moored alongside. Boatswains Mate Bobby Pierce barely had time to sound the lightships general alarm when she was struck on the starboard side by the 10,270 ton freighter. Great detail off of the long boat and deck of the tender, as well as a number of members of the crew. The vessel was moved to the Coast Guard's Third District headquarters at , in May 1950, for a three-month experimental trial run at the Ambrose station. This photo, taken from the air, shows great detail of the vessel and particularly of her deck structures and equipment. 93 in port, being made ready to her station eighteen miles off Tatoosh Island, Washington.