Ships and other Sorts of Craft used by the various Nations of the World
Francis Edwards, 1970
System of Work in a Great Lake Shipyard
[the Chicago Ship Building Company]
by W.L. Babcock
New York, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, 1899.
16 page article from the Transactions of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, plus a series of 20 plates of folding plans, photographs of shipyard work, etc.
Cook, Welton & Gemmell
Shipbuilders of Hull and Beverley 1883-1963
by Thompson, Newton, Robinson & Lofthouse
Hutton Press, 1999.
history of the Yorkshire shipbuilding yard and record of ships built over eighty years – mostly fishing vessels.
a substantial volume, well researched and extensively illustrated.
TRAITÉ ÉLÉMENTAIRE DE LA CONSTRUCTION DES VAISSEAUX
Vial du Clairbois, M.
Paris, chez Clousier, 1787
Song of the Clyde, a history of Clyde shipbuilding
Walker, Fred M.
Patrick Stephens, 1984
an excellent history of Clyde shipbuilding and the Clyde yards, concentrating more on the industry of the upper Clyde.
the original hardback edition.
John Readhead & Sons Ltd., South Shields 1865-1965
South Shields, 1965.
a well illustrated centenary history
N.V. Carp & Horter’s Handel-Maatschappij – Oertz Patent-Roer
Carp & Horter