Yorkshire Belle in for refit at Grovehill Shipyard late 1940s (archive ref DDX1544-1-11 (66)

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The passenger pleasure vessel Yorkshire Belle was launched on 22nd May 1947. She has sailed from her home port of Bridlington, East Yorkshire, every year since 1947.

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    • 09/Apr/2017 00:31:18

    The image could be the former Yorkshire Belle that was lost during the war as the new one has a funnel which does not appear to be on this image.

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    • 10/Apr/2017 10:04:45

    Keith many thanks for pointing this out - always pleased to receive more detail/insight on our images. If you've got some more info we could add this to the description?