In war and peace they plied their trade Over the angry seas Remember them as here you stand Beneath these placid trees. 2002
The Freedom of the City - 10th. July 2002 granted to the Meerchant Navy Association - Bristol
The Freedom of the City
Towing the `Southsea` up to Bristol from Southampton
Dublin Dry dock 1970
1953 - I am about 12 my brother 10 and my Mum
Taking a line under the bow - calm weather
Under the Echo in dry dock Dublin
Conning the Portgarth - Irish Sea
On Holiday in Goa
Absolutely nothing to do with me!
Me towing in the Royal Yacht Britannia on the Westgarth into Portbury docks 2ndJune 1995 (Queen & Duke of Edinbough on board).
My back garden (Not)
Barry - Mayoress
The bow ice of H.M.S. London on a Russian Convoy.
The crew of the S.D.Severn
With my Mum - Sister - Stepfather - in Coronation Rd. Bristol 1963
My first motor bike - Triumph Tiger Cub cost £156 in March 1960
One of my best cars - A Zephyr v6 - bench seat - column gear change. I had it for ten years from 1972.
On my Patio in Spain (Lake Vinuela )
The view from my place in Spain
Me and Picasso - Malaga
View from the top of Gibralter
Top of Gibralter
Gibralter - Behind this door were buried casualties from the Battle of Trafalgar
St. Mary Redcliffe
On Good Friday 11th. April 1941 this tramline was thrown over the adjoining houses by a high-explosive bomb which fell on Redcliffe Hill. It is left to remind us how narrowly the Church escaped destruction in the war of 1939-45.