Harbours Department. Buoy change.

Reference: p/03/b286/E

Date: August 10th 2000 - August 10th 2000

Harbours Department, view of the East Rock Buoy, a familiar sight for sailors.

Reference: p/03/b30/21

Date: July 27th 2000 - July 27th 2000

Towing a new buoy in a buoy change operation.

Reference: P/03/B43/13

Date: August 10th 2000 - August 10th 2000

Harbours Department. Towing the buoy during a buoy change operation. The harbour's boat 'The Gypsy' is used as a support vessel.

Reference: P/03/B43/16

Date: August 10th 2000 - August 10th 2000

Operating the drum winch during the changing of a buoy.

Reference: P/03/B43/17

Date: August 10th 2000 - August 10th 2000

Operating the drum winch during the changing of a buoy.

Reference: P/03/B43/18

Date: August 10th 2000 - August 10th 2000

Operating the drum winch during the changing of a buoy.

Reference: P/03/B43/19

Date: August 10th 2000 - August 10th 2000

Peter Bultel and Jason Rive operating the drum winch during the changing of a buoy.

Reference: P/03/B43/21

Date: August 10th 2000 - August 10th 2000

Lee Turner, Peter Bultel and Jason Rive operating the drum winch during the changing of a buoy.

Reference: P/03/B43/23

Date: August 10th 2000 - August 10th 2000

Jason Rive, the diver in the buoy changing operation.

Reference: P/03/B43/24

Date: August 10th 2000 - August 10th 2000

The Duke of Normandy in the harbour alongside Victoria Quay during a buoy change operation.

Reference: P/03/B44/24

Date: August 10th 2000 - August 10th 2000

The crane lifing the old buoy up and onto the pier. It will be maintained and used again in two years time.

Reference: P/03/B44/25

Date: August 10th 2000 - August 10th 2000

Tug Duke of Normandy. Crane lifing the old buoy up and onto the pier, it will be maintained and used again in two years.

Reference: P/03/B44/27

Date: August 10th 2000 - August 10th 2000

Cutting the chain from the buoy using acetylene cutting equipment.

Reference: P/03/B44/32

Date: August 10th 2000 - August 10th 2000

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