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Invergordon, Royal Naval Dockyard

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German battleship SMS Baden. Propellers and rudders. 3 Screws, 2 Rudders, 3 Bladed Propellers (secured by bolts to boss). Mr Goodhall (Contractor).
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R.A. Pears, King George V and Engineer Captain Emdin
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British battleship HMS Valiant leaving dock
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British tanker Apple-Leaf deck
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Joss St. Power Station. Williams Diesel. 4 Cycle about 200 BHP.
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Unidentified ship. British Warrior-class armoured cruiser. Possibly HMS Achilles.
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British destroyer HMS Wakeful's tail shaft.
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Unidentified ship. Single funnel.
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Uncaptioned photograph of a ship. British Queen Elizabeth-class battleship. Possibly HMS Queen Elizabeth, HMS Warspite, HMS Valiant, HMS Barham or HMS Malaya.
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Uncaptioned photograph of five capital ships. Image taken from Invergordon looking out of the Cromarty Firth.
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Photograph of various dock workers and Navy personnel.
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Flyer for the reunion of members of the "Princetown" Mess.
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Uncaptioned photograph of a group of people.
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Oblique aerial view of Invergordon centred on the naval dockyard and harbour, taken from the NE.
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German battleship SMS Baden. Torpedo tube 24" appx: side loading arrangement.
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German battleship SMS Baden. Hole in ship's hull for torpedo tube.
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German battleship SMS Baden. Looking forward. Postcard.
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King George V
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HMS Oracle in the floating dry dock at Invergordon, showing damage to the bow sustained in ramming and sinking the U-boat U44, off Norway in August 1917.
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Passenger ship SS Winifredian entering Invergordon after being mined.
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Passenger ship SS Winifredian in dock.
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British destroyer HMS Menace
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N Block. Dockyard Sports Winners.
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Uncaptioned photograph of a ship. B.D. 32, boom defence vessel, BD-series. Sister ship to that in PA 254/37V
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