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SEVENTH SYMPOSIUM ON THAMES SHIPBUILDING AND THAMES-BUILT SHIPS

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Weston Theatre, Museum of London

150 London Wall

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EC2Y 5HN

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SEVENTH SYMPOSIUM ON THAMES SHIPBUILDING AND THAMES-BUILT SHIPS

To be held at the Museum of London, London Wall, Saturday 12th May 2018

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AM 9.45 Museum of London’s doors open; registration and refreshments

10.30 Chris Ellmers - Welcome and Opening Remarks

10.35 First Session – Chairman, Professor Sarah Palmer

10.40 Paper 1: Chris Ellmers – ‘Aft and Fore’ –

Some Reflections on the Thames Shipbuilding Symposia

11.10 Paper 2: Richard Endsor – The Deptford Master Shipwright's Secrets

11.40 Paper 3: Derek Morris and Ken Cozens –

Ship Owners and the Maritime Service Industry in London’s 18th Century Sailortown

PM 12.10 Paper 4: Chris Ellmers –

Sentiment, Symbolism, Tragedy and Heroism – The Launch of HMS ‘Albion’ in 1898

12.45-2.00 Lunch (not provided, but there are many places to eat nearby)

2.00 Second Session - Chairman, Professor Andrew Lambert

2.00 Paper 5: Peter Solar – Early Steamship Building on the Thames

2.30 Paper 6: Edward Sargent – The Millwall Ironworks – Some New Insights

3.00 Paper 7: Dr. Brendan O’Farrell – The Life and Times of a Shipyard Engineer

3.30-4.00 Coffee/tea

4.00 Third Session – Chairman, Professor Sarah Palmer

4.00 Paper 8: Roger Dence - In War and Peace 1903-1923: The Story of a Yarrow ‘Steam Yacht’

4.30 Paper 9: Andie ByrneTowards an Economic History of Tea Clippers in the Age of Steam

- with Special Reference to Thames-built Vessels

5.00 Questions and Answers

5.15 Edwards Sargent – Concluding Remarks

5.25 Closure

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