Short seaplane has a closer look on Contraband Patrol WW1.
Timber for Grangemouth. A Baltic timber ship passing the Bass Rock heading fo Grangemouth.
Come Fly With Me. Hunter from 237 OCU Buccaneer - Hunter Honington.
HMCS Salisbury ex American four stacker on convoy duty.
Typhoon Mk1B 'somewhere in Europe'.
Corvette 164 Onega, exercise with the aircraft Carrier Admiral Kuznetsov and an Su24 'Fencer' which is firing decoy flares.
Here is one of my Muckers from Arkangelsk, he couldn't understand me, nor I him.
Clan Macdonald (4), Passing Dumbarton Rock in the Clyde.
Donaldson Line 'Letitia' became the Trooper 'Empire Brent' and later, as seen here, the migrant ship Captain Cook.
Ditching. Hellcat ditching in the Pacific.
Second Battle of Sirte. HM ships Sikh, Lively, Havock and Hero laying a smoke screen and turn to engage the enemy.
Finished With Tanker and two frigates.
Two Russian Kotlin Class destroyers on a bumpy road!
A wee change Mig21 'fishbed' Polish Air Force.
Wreck of the 'Peter Iredale'.
Coble off the Longstone Lighthouse, of Grace Darling fame.
Barquentine Ilma 1900-1925.
Delivering a Barrage Baloon to a coaster in the Thanes Estuary during WW2.
One for my Russian Friends, for a change not a ship!
Based on the Fighting Temeraire, this is HMS Warspite going to the breakers.
Entrance to Anstruther harbour.
Two Fairey Gannet EAW4's passing the Bass Rock.
Paddle minesweepers pass through the gate in the boom net off Inchkeith, with Edinburgh in the back ground during WW2.
The 6th Battleship squadron of the US Navy joins the Grand Fleet at Scapa Flow in 1918.
Minesweepers in the Firth of Forth off North Berwick.
Carrier Ops. Essex class and I think the destroyer is Livermore class.
Two Old Maids on the shelf! Laid up in the reserve fleet after WW2 a Corvette and a Mine Sweeper await their fate.
Slightly different. Traction engine and thresher somewhere in SE England.
Replenishment at sea. A slik, well rehearsed manouvre.
Grandad's Ships. L to R HMShips Iron Duke, Galatea, Icarus, Centurion.
Uboats surrendering at Loch Eriboll HM ships Rupert(leading) and Loch Alvie following.
And after the launch button was pressed!
'Wait for me' These Hurricanes were delivered to Russia by the first Arctic Convoy Operation Dervish.
Picking up the Pilot.
QueenElizabeth class Battleship launches her Sopwith Cammel from a turret platform.
While under air attack from Stukas, the Liberty ship Cornielious Harnett mistakenly shot down one of the defending Russian Airocobras.
Quiet day in Murmansk!
Got this far today. Tomorrow, Stukas, Airacobras, Hurricanes, bombs etc,etc, etc.
In Dec. 1917 the 9th Division of the US Navy Battle Fleet arrived at Scapa Flow.
Old Cold Warriors, now we have to rely on friends.
Liberty ship'Cornelius Harnett' downs two He115s.