Tynemouth lifeboat station slipway
Tynemouth lifeboat station slipway (82001)
Slipway of Tynemouth Station No.1, built 1862 and sold to the Tynemouth Sailing Club in 1919 for £130. Its comprised of three parts; wooden stakes, metal poles (probably the remains of railways) and a rock cut slipway.
- Post-Medieval (1540 - 1901)
- Period comments
Built in 1862 and sold to the Tynemouth Sailing Club in 1919
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- Monument Type - Broad
- Water transport site
- Monument Type - Narrow
- Monument Description
A structure inclined towards the water on which a ship may be built or lowered into the water.
- Evidence Type - Broad
- Evidence Type - Narrow
- Evidence Description
Man-made, roofless edifice or construction visible as substantial aboveground remains retaining evidence of architecture and materials, but which has been substantially destroyed.
- Object Type - Broad
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- Object Description
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- How accessible is the feature?
- Accessible - difficult terrain
- Accessibility comments
On sandy foreshore, used frequently by a sailing and rowing club for launching.
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