by Thomas Mudd
Thomas Mudd was recruited in 1883 by the West Hartlepool shipbuilders William Gray & Co. to set up the marine engine building side of the Business, the Central Marine Engineering Works.
disbound. 6 pages of text + 5 sheets of lithographed drawings.
good clean condition
Hind, Antony J. [editor]Fishing News 1967
by George C. O’Hara
Clyard Novella Ltd., 1997
an excellent study of Clyde shipbuilding in the post-war years, the yards, management and workers, ships built, etc., etc. highly recommended, and destined to become the standard work.
by John W. Griffiths
New York, Appleton & Company, 1854
covering the whole range of shipbuilding, with chapters dedicated to the history of shipbuilding, building ocean steamers, coasting, and river vessels, warships, yachts, etc.
the 4th edition, considerably enlarged from earlier editions, and complete with the tinted frontispiece depicting the paddle-stamer Georgia, and the series of blue-print style plates
Barnaby, K.C.London, Royal Institution of Naval Architects, 1960