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Spritsail barges of Thames and Medway, by Edgar J. March. Learn More at LibraryThing. Edgar J. March at LibraryThing. ISBN 9780715346815 (978-0-7153-4681-5) Hardcover, David & Charles, 1970.
Spritsail Barges of Thames and Medway by Edgar J. March (1970-03-26). I am busy building a model Thames barge although i have the plan i was wanting more information on the workings of the winches and to see if i could have the leeboards working as on the real barge this book is very informative and is an essential guide for the modeller.
A Thames sailing barge is a type of commercial sailing boat once common on the River Thames in London. March, Edgar J (1948). Spritsail barges of the Thames and Medway. The flat-bottomed barges with a shallow draught and leeboards, were perfectly adapted to the Thames Estuary, with its shallow waters and narrow tributary rivers. London: Percival Marshall. Thames Barges at War Essex Family History".
The Thames Sailing Barge Trust is seeking passionate, highly-motivated individuals who want to become mate or skipper of a traditional Thames . Westmoreland is a Thames spritsail barge in desperate need of restoration
Westmoreland is a Thames spritsail barge in desperate need of restoration. Originally built in 1900 by Alfred Marconi White at Conyer, she is a rare example of a Kent brick barge. Her importance is recognised by her inclusion on the National Historic Ships Register.
Thames sailing barges. March, Edgar (1948). Coasting bargemaster : illustrated. Woodbridge: Seafarer Books. The barge in the distance has all sail set, mainsail (the spritsail), topsail, foresail, topmast staysail and mizzen. The spritsail rig was normally used without a boom. The latter was usually found on fore-and-aft rigged vessels to keep the mainsail in an aerodynamically efficient shape. Such loose-footed sails can also be found on gaff-rigged Norfolk wherrys and the bawley class of vessel. p. 7. ^ March 1948, p. 24. ^ Roberts, Bob (2000). pp. 20, 21. ISBN 0953818012.
Spritsail Barges of the Thames & Medway. Thames and Medway Canal Association - currently restoring sections of the canal. Victorian Web Pencil drawing of Higham tunnel entrance, 1889. David & Charles, 1970. Multimap Map of canal from Gravesend to Lower Higham.