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4 edition of The Wilson Line of Hull, 1831 to 1981 found in the catalog.

The Wilson Line of Hull, 1831 to 1981

Arthur G. Credland

The Wilson Line of Hull, 1831 to 1981

the rise and fall of an empire

by Arthur G. Credland

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Published by Hutton Press in Beverley, East Yorkshire .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain,
  • Hull
    • Subjects:
    • Ellerman"s Wilson Line Ltd. -- History.,
    • Steamboats -- Great Britain -- Hull -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementby Arthur G. Credland and Michael Thompson.
      ContributionsThompson, Michael, 1944-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHE945.E54 C74 1994
      The Physical Object
      Pagination143 p. :
      Number of Pages143
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL608626M
      ISBN 101872167586
      LC Control Number96204323
      OCLC/WorldCa36892633

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The Wilson Line of Hull, to The rise and fall of an empire Paperback – January 1, /5(3). 29 rows  Bibliography. Credland, Arthur G.; Thompson, Michael (), The Wilson Line of Hull. This is the story of Hull's famous Wilson Line, founded by Thomas Wilson inand subsequently purchased by Sir John Ellerman in to be re-named Ellerman's Wilson Line.

The book traces the development of the Line under the Wilson family, with sections on ports of call, ships lost during both World Wars, wrecks and ships in the news. The Wilson Line of Hull Wilson Line of Hull, to The Rise and Fall of an Empire. Arthur G. Credland and Michael Thompson.

Published by Hutton Press, Beverley, (). A history of the Wilson Line, headquartered in Kingston-upon-Hull, from tothe book also provides information on vessels owned or managed by the company and its subsidiaries. The article is also printed in the book "The Wilson Line of Hull, " by The Wilson Line of Hull nd & M.

Thompson. 1831 to 1981 book (The text has been shortened) " - She has been built under special survey, and is classed 20 years in the 1831 to 1981 book register.

Credland, AG and M Thompson, 'The Wilson Line of Hull the rise and fall of an empire' (Cherry Burton: Hutton Press, ) Dyson, Brian, 'The. According to "Wilson Line" by John Harrower. ISBN 0 72 X BUFFALO (I) () ON gross nett tons x x feet T.3cyl.

33, 54 & 86 x 60 inches ( NHP) by shipbuilders Launched by The Wilson Line of Hull Shipbuilding & Iron Co., Jarrow, Newcastle-upon-Tyne (Yard No) for Thos, Wilson, Sons & Co.

• Hughes, Phuyllis J. Pankonin. Hulls in the American Revolution, A Source Book Including Some with the Holl, Hohl, Hole, and Huls/Hulls Surnames Decorah, IA: Anundsen Publishing Co.,pp • Hull, Miss Grace C.

Two letters to SAR, dated 03 Jan • Hull, Rev. William E. Hull Families in the United States. The Wilson Lines was a steamboat company that was popular for traveling between Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Wilmington, Delaware and Riverview Beach, New Jersey.

This small collection of copy photographs contains mostly 1831 to 1981 book views 1831 to 1981 book several Wilson Lines steamboats between and   "The Wilson Line of Hull " by Credland and Thompson published by Hutton Press - also has several photographs of the ones you want.

Hope this helps Cheers. Ellerman's Wilson Line: Spero Svea Line: Servus (limited passenger accommodations) Hull, Gothenburg: Associated Humber Lines: Bolton Abbey Melrose Abbey: Hull, Rotterdam: Cargo services (also many not listed below): Ellerman's Wilson Line: Destro (limited passenger accommodations) Hull, Oslo, Drammen *.

As a former Wilson Line deck officer, this is a book for the family "library" which I had been meaning to get for years. The era of these ships is now over but this book helps keep the memory alive.5/5(3).

By the Wilson Line 1831 to 1981 book a already a weekly service from Christiania (Oslo) to Hull calling at Christiansand, with departure from Christiania scheduled every Friday. They also had a weekly service to 1831 to 1981 book.

The Wilson line soon extended their activity in Norway with a route between Hull and Bergen, calling at Stavanger. Departure from Bergen was scheduled every Saturday. Founded in the early years of the 19th century, the Wilson Line became the largest privately-owned steamship fleet in the world.

Based in Hull, its main trade was to and from Scandinavia and the Baltic States, although the Wilson Line also carried cargoes to the USA, the Mediterranean, and India/5(3).

Wilson Line / Beckinton, Wilson & Company / Wilson, Hudson & Company / Thomas Wilson, Sons & Company. Founded in in Hull as Beckinton, Wilson & Co to import iron ore from Sweden with a fleet of sailing ships. In irregular sailing ship passenger services were introduced between Hull, Hamburg and Rotterdam.

Credland, Arthur G.; Thompson, Michael (), The Wilson Line of Hull – The Rise and Fall of an Empire, Cherry Burton, UK: Hutton Press Ltd, ISBN Credland, Arthur G. (), The Wilson Line (Archive Photographs: Images of England), Stroud, UK: The History Press LTD, ISBN Thomas Wilson was born in Hull on 12 February and apprenticed to a firm importing Swedish iron and iron ore.

He later branched out on his own and had various partners in the early years. His first ship was the schooner 'Swift', purchased in The firm of Thomas Wilson Sons & Co (TWSC), later Ellerman's Wilson Line (EWL) was founded in Hull by Thomas Wilson.

This single company helped to make Hull Britain's third largest port by the beginning of the twentieth century. Thomas Wilson was born in Hull on 12 February Author Name CREDLAND ARTHUR & THOMPSON MICHAEL.

Title THE WILSON LINE OF HULL Binding Card. Book Condition VG. Edition 1st. Size Large Square 8vo. Publisher HUTTON PRESS ISBN Number / Seller ID of Hull The Wilson Line of Steamers. John and Thomas Hudson withdrew from the partnership Wilson, Hudson and Codeath and the company became Thomas Wilson, Sons and Co.

Bought Brownlow, Marsdin and Co of Hull The company was registered on 26 January, to acquire a business of shipowners. The Wilson Line of Hull The Rise and Fall of an Empire 5 copies A Guide to the Crossbow (Introduction and Editor) 4 copies The Hull Zeppelin Raids 4 copies.

ROTTERDAM / N / DWINSK Built by Harland & Wolff, Belfast in as the third ROTTERDAM for the Holland America Line. She was an 8, gross ton ship, length ft x beam ft, one funnel, two masts, twin screw and a speed of 14 knots.

The Wilson Line appears to have been founded in (The Wilson Line of HullA. Credland and M. Thompson, Hutton Press, not in Norfolk County Library in spite of County's links with the sea) may provide more information about E.B. Wilson. The shipping company made its fortune by conveying Jewish emigrants across the North Sea.

He worked for the Thomas Wilson shipping line (later Ellerman Wilson line) out of Hull, and was drowned on at Elsinore, Denmark when a ship-to-shore boat from the S.S.

Palermo capsized on launching, along with one passenger Arthur Shemeld from Northampton. Attwood, Gertrude M, 'The Wilsons of Tranby Croft' (Cherry Burton: Hutton Press, ) Credland, AG and M Thompson, 'The Wilson Line of Hull the rise and fall of an empire' (Cherry Burton: Hutton Press, ) Dyson, Brian, 'The Wilson Line', Business Archives, Novemberpp Dyson, Brian, 'The Wilson Line Archive', Paragon.

The Wilson fleet consists of a large fleet of bulk vessels in the range dwt. In addition to bulkers and general cargo vessels, Wilson also offers system vessels dedicated to. Thomas Wilson (–) was a 19th-century shipping magnate from Kingston upon Hull, Wilson jointly founded Thomas Wilson Sons & Co., commonly known as the Wilson Line, a shipping company.

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