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More updates on Where to see Sailing Barges

Hugh Perks cleans Cambria's brass

Hugh Perks cleans Cambria’s brass

There’s a further update to the new Where to see Sailing Barges page.                  

Hugh Perks provided some more information.   Tom Lagan, mate of sb Will, reminded me we had forgotten Will.   And I thought of a couple of others I had forgotten. 

So here’s the link to the updated page.

Where to see Sailing Barges in Kent and other places

After yesterday’s post of a list of places to see barges in Essex, we are now able to include

Dave Brooks

Dave Brooks

Kent and other places.   Dave Brooks has kindly given us a list of where in Kent sailing barges may be seen, and has added a few other places.

Here’s the link to the updated page. 

Where to see Sailing Barges

Don Wright, SSBR's Archivist.

Don Wright, SSBR’s Archivist.

At the last Committee meeting it was felt that people who like to see sailing barges, but
are not quite as involved as some of us, simply do not know where to go to have a good chance of seeing one. 

Our splendid Archivist, Don Wright, has put together a list of where to see Essex-based barges, and we have therefore put a new page on the blog showing the information.   We hope to add to it with the Kent locations soon. 

Click here for the “Where to see Sailing Barges” page.

 

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