Papers on coastal defence in the North Eastern District, 1903-1908.
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|Description||Papers on coastal defence in the North Eastern District:
(1) Typescript sheets with remarks on the North Eastern District Coast Defence Scheme, 1903.
(2) Two letters providing details of armament, minefields and searchlights used in defence of the Humber, Tees and Tyne, sent by the Headquarters, Newcastle Coast Defences, to Commander C.H. Morgan, Commander-in-Chief's Office, The Nore, dated 14 and 28 May 1907.
(3) Report on the testing of the Examination Service and Coast Defences of the Tyne, carried out by the cruiser HMS VINDICTIVE (1897) and torpedo gunboat HMS SPEEDY (1893) in August 1908.