Bridlington harbour, Yorkshire.

FRENCHMAN (1892); A port near beam view from just aft of broadside; Under way leaving Bridlington harbour northwards with passengers. Very distant. Francis Frith & Co negative no. 66245.; SCARBOROUGH (1866); A port bow view; Alongside the end of the east breakwater at Bridlington. Very distant and partially obscured by cobles' sails. Francis Frith & Co negative no. 66245.; Similar to G3291 but from a slightly different viewpoint. The paddle steamer FRENCHMAN (1892) is heading northward with passengers and the paddle steamer SCARBOROUGH (1866) is at the end of the east breakwater. Francis Frith & Co negative no. 66245.

Object Details

ID: G3292
Collection: Historic Photographs
Type: Glass photonegative
Display location: Not on display
Creator: Francis Frith & Co
Places: Bridlington
Vessels: Frenchman (1892)
Date made: circa 1913
Exhibition: Beside the Seaside
People: J. P. Rennoldson and Sons Ltd
Credit: National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
Measurements: 151 x 215 mm

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