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The Trinity House Vagabond leaving Harwich Pier.

The Trinity House Vagabond leaving Harwich Pier.
The Vagabond leaving Harwich Pier on 31 March 1986.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: H3262
Description: The Trinity House pilot ship 'Vagabond' leaving Harwich Pier on 31 March 1986. The Trinity House Operations Control Centre is now located at Harwich. It is responsible for the servicing and maintenance of lighthouse and lightship machinery, and the supply of replacement buoys. The Harwich depot sends technicians to lighthouses and lightships throughout England and Wales to make repairs and deliver spare parts.
Creator: Unknown
Date: 31 March 1986
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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