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Photo Taken Just Before The Newport Dock Disaster

The trench which collapsed and flooded resulting in over 30 deaths. This photo appears to be the same as two others in our database. However, on one of the others the credit goes to a different photographer - "H. Martell, Newport" - rather than "H...

Photo Taken Shortly After The Dock Disaster

This photo is the same as the one that appeared in the Illustrated London News. Both credited to H. Gobby.

Lord Tredegar's yacht "Liberty"

Postcard view of Lord Tredegar's yacht "Liberty". The occasion was probably the opening of the new lock in July 1914.

Alexandra Docks and Railway Police Force 1921

Back Row - P.C.'s East, Josephs, Dobbs, Collier, Carvell, Carr, Cook, Andrews, Llewellyn. Middle Row - P.C.'s Whyman, Jamieson, Hatherill, Stephens, Loveridge, Jordan, Clarke, Otton, Harding, Det. Constables Quick, Twohigg, Det. Sergt. Cobban. ...

The Police Station Alexandra Docks

Photo kindly sent to us by David Loveridge whose grandfather was a member of the Alexandra Docks and Railway Police Force. Date of photo unknown.

Alexandra Dock Police Station Decorated For The 1952 Coronation

Photo kindly sent to us by David Loveridge whose grandfather was a member of the Alexandra Docks and Railway Police Force.

PC Loveridge British Transport Policeman At The Alexandra Docks in Newport

Walter Loveridge, a police constable in the GWR Docks and Railway police, lived at 34 North Street. This photo was kindly sent to us by David Loveridge, Walter's grandson.

Newport Police, Date Unknown

This photo was kindly sent to us by David Loveridge whose grandfather, Walter Loveridge, is seated 3rd from the left.

Walter Loveridge - Member of the Alexandra Docks and Railway Police Force

This photo was kindly sent to us by David Loveridge whose grandfather is in the back row on the right.

Newspaper Cutting - PC Loveridge

FOUND IN A CELLAR THREE MEN RAID A NEWPORT CANTEEN Important evidence for the prosecution was given by a boy of 15, in a case at Newport Police Court, in which two soldiers and a sailor were accused of breaking and entering a Great Western Rail...