"Llyn Ships II"

 

"Nant Gwrtheyrn"

As you can see in these photographs, Nant Gwrtheyrn on the north coast of Llyn was at one time a very industrious quarry, with little ships calling almost daily to load stone. Some of these vessels  would also load manganese at the Porth Ysgo jetty Rhiw.

(1,2) The "Maraboe" aground on October 28th 1932, she was re-floated the next day with the help of the tug "Ranger"

(3) The "Amy Summerfield" was not so lucky, she became a total loss after running aground in bad weather on March 23rd 1951. In the 1920's she was a very frequent visitor to Porth Ysgo.

 

nant_02.jpg (21012 bytes) nant_01.jpg (41344 bytes) donaghmore.jpg (38140 bytes)

 

nant_05.jpg (33402 bytes) maraboe2.jpg (20803 bytes) 1 2 maraboe.jpg (30151 bytes)

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nant_06.jpg (31791 bytes) edith_01.jpg (56283 bytes) edith_02.jpg (71197 bytes)

 

amy_summerfield.jpg (54440 bytes) 3 hubbastone.jpg (24939 bytes) nant_03.jpg (42471 bytes)

 

We would like to thank Mr G Ellis for lending us this fantastic collection.

 

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