Doxford Engine Friends Association Gallery Page
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01 - Type of Vessels built on river in 1870.
02 - Composite steel screw corvette built in 1875 for British Government.
03 - Torpedo Boat 'Elrayo' 1887, fitted with fuel oil.
04 - Torpedo Boat 1897.
05 - S.S Newbiggin c365 1906.
06 - 1st Experimental oil engine. Abandoned after one month.
07 - Demo Unit, 1914.
08 - Launch of 'Opal' 1915.
09 - Special high - speed Submarine Engine, 400H.P.
10 - 1st Oil engine in YNGAREN 1921.
11 - Motorship 'YNGAREN' trials June 1921.
12 - Doxford Engine Works 1921.
13 - One of four Doxford balanced type engines fitted in 17,000 ton passenger m.v. 'Bermuda' 1927.
14 - Doxford Economical
15 - Doxford LB Festival Britain 1951.
16 - Daly Duncan's Lathe.
17 - Austins Pontoon.
18 - Doxford Engines Works 1960's.
19 - Doxford 'P' Engine.
20 - Doxford J9 on test 1964.
21 - Doxford Design Team 1965.
22 - M.V. North Sands maiden voyage 1965, with the new Doxford 'J'9 Engine.
23 - City of Plymouth with a Doxford 58JS2.
24 - J Goodfellow Crankshaft
25 - Stena Wellservicer 1984.
26 - Heavy Crane Lift Ship 1986.
27 - Installation of 58JS3 at Beamish.
28 - The Formation of the Doxford Engine Friends Association 2002.
29 - H.M.S. “Opal” steaming 35 knots 1916
21 Built for Admiralty 1915-1918
30 - Doxford Gatehouse
31 - Map of the River Wear from the Harbour mouth to Queen Alexandra Bridge.
32 - Map of thr River Wear from Queen Alexandra Bridge to Hylton.
33 - Map of South Docks, Sunderland, based upon their layout in 1985 with later additions.
If you wish to view the Doxford premises containing views of the different production areas within the shipyard please click here.
If you wish to view the recollection of former Doxford employee's as told be John Jordan please click here.
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