Thames Sailing Barge Trust Plans of Sailing Barges

General Information
Plans of the following craft are available from Mr. T.O’Sullivan, 32 Fish Street, Goldhanger, Maldon, Essex, CM9 8AT.

Tel: 01621 788276
Email: Terryo809@btinternet.com

Cheques should be made payable to:- Thames Sailing Barge Trust.

Also please add £1.50 for post and packing to prices quoted below for first set. For multiple sets please enquire.
Copyright is retained by the Trust or members who have given their permission for copies to be made, and sold in aid of the Trust.

Warning:- All prints may be subject to fade if exposed to strong light for any length of time.

More details can be found below.

General Information
Plans of the following craft are available from Mr. T.O’Sullivan, 32 Fish Street, Goldhanger, Maldon, Essex, CM9 8AT.

Tel: 01621 788276
Email: Terryo809@btinternet.com

Cheques should be made payable to:- Thames Sailing Barge Trust.

Also please add £1.50 for post and packing to prices quoted below for first set. For multiple sets please enquire.
Copyright is retained by the Trust or members who have given their permission for copies to be made, and sold in aid of the Trust.

Warning:- All prints may be subject to fade if exposed to strong light for any length of time.

 

BARGES:

ASPHODEL of Portsmouth. Built 1900 by Gill & Sons of Rochester. Her trading days ended as a gunpowder barge. Plans drawn by J.M. Russell from measurements by him with L.E. Zouch in 1963, when the barge was in our ownership as the T.B.S.C. The sail plan was the work of Fred Cooper prepared in 1964.

3 Sheets

Sheet 1, Hull Lines & Deck Layout.                              Scale 1/4in = 1 ft.

Sheet 2. Spars Standing Rigging & Ironwork Details  Scale 1/4in = 1 ft.

Sheet 3. Sail Plan                                                             Scale 1/4in = 1 ft.

Price £10.50

ARROW of Rochester. Built in 1897 by Gill & Sons of Rochester to a design by E.A.Gill & W.L.Wyllie. Plans drawn by R.S.Wood in 1957 by T.B.S.C.

4 Sheets A3 Various Scales.

Sheet 1. Hull with Gear Lowered.          Sheet 2. Hull Lines.

Sheet 3. Sail Plan                                      Sheet 4. Deck Fittings

Price £5.00

WESTMORELAND of London Built  1900 by Archie White of Conyer for Eastwoodsthe Brickmakers. Given to the T.S.B.C in 1963. Broke her back stranded on a lighter at Hoo in 1973. Wreck sold to Colin Frake who rebuilt bows. Restoration is now being tackled by westmorelandtrust.co.uk. Plans drawn by R.SWood in 1968/9 when owned by T.S.B.C.

2 Sheets.

Sheet 1. Hull Lines & Deck Layout.     Scale 1/4in = 1ft.

Sheet 2. Sail & Rigging Plan                Scale Approx 3/4 Hull Lines

Price £7.00

JAMES PIPER of London Built by Pipers of Greenwich in 1894. She was a known winner in a number of barge matches. Plans drawn by Gordon, F. Weddell in 1958.

3 Sheets.

Sheet 1. Hull Lines & Deck Layout.                                Scale 1/4in = 1ft.

Sheet 2. Hull Lines con’t & Hull plan & Details.          Scale 1/4in = 1ft.

Sheet 3. Sail Plan & Standing Rigging.                          Scale 1/4in = 1ft.

Price £8.50

LADY OF THE LEA (River Lea Navigation Barge). Built Greenwich in 1931 for transporting explosives for WD from Waltham Abbey. Stumpie rigged with tiller steering. Plan drawn by Peter Ferguson in1975 from original barge & builders plans.

1 Sheet. Hull Elevations, Sail Plan, Cabin & Decks.     Scale 1/4in = 1ft

Price £5.00

VERONA of London . Built in 1905 by Shrubshall of Greenwich. Plan drawn by Ralph Erskine when she was a floating office in Sweden.

1 Sheet. Decorative, with Sail & Rigging Plans      Approx 1/4in = 1ft

Price £7.00

Also available:-

SAILING A THAMES BARGE SAIL BY SAIL. An A5 Booklet by Peter Hearn

Contains extensive drawings of Sails, rigging, & winches of S.B. Pudge of Rochester.

(Helpful for Modellers).

Price £8.00