Lifeboats of the Humber. Two Centuries of Gallantry.

By: Leach, Nicholas

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160pp, illustrations, colour and b/w. The Humber lifeboat station is unique. It is manned by a full-time paid crew who live, with their wives and families, on the isolated Spurn peninsula in Yorkshire, ready to put out immediately to help seafarers in distress. In 2010 Humber lifeboat celebrated 200 years of service. Founded in 1810 by Trinity House of Kingston-upon-Hull, the station was taken over by the RNLI in 1911, and has since become one of the most famous in the British Isles.

Title: Lifeboats of the Humber. Two Centuries of Gallantry.

Author Name: Leach, Nicholas

Categories: Yorkshire,

Publisher: Stroud, Amberley Publishing: 2010

ISBN Number: 184868875X

ISBN Number 13: 9781848688759

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: New

Seller ID: 12685

Keywords: East Coast East Riding Of Yorkshire River Humber RNLI Trinity House Kingston Upon Hull Spurn Peninsula Lifeboat,