A traffic return book for Bell Weir Lock, in use between 1936 and 1944. Lists all pleasure boats and later all boats including tugs, small craft, P. Passes. Acts as an account book signed by Lock Keepers and Inspectors.
Includes many loose pages.
Thames Conservancy Bye-Laws for the Regulation of the River Thames and the Navigation Thereof and for Other Purposes.
London: Printed by Harrison & Sons, Ltd., 44-47, St. Martin's Lane, W.C.2, Printers in Ordinary to His Majesty, 1929.
A traffic return book for Bell Weir, in use between 1936 and 1944.
Lists all pleasure boats and later all boats including tugs, small craft, P. Passes. Acts as an account book signed by Lock Keepers and Inspectors.
Thames Conservancy Launch Digest for the year 1972.
1972 edition with white, soft card covers. The Thames Conservancy crest is printed on the front cover together with the titles in black print. The cover also includes a colour photograph of an unidentified river secen. The booklet runs to 41 pages and includes a contents page.
The launch digest was a handbook for owners of launches (powered boats) on the River Thames. It was published annually and contained information on registration, navigation, specifications; as well as lists and details of useful information such as distances, telephone numbers, facilities etc.
One of a series of such digests dating from 1960 to 1990
Desborough Medal given to K.L. Osbourne of Lensbury Rowing Club in 1953.
The Desborough Medal was instituted by the Thames Conservators in 1953, to commemorate the coronation and perpetuate the memory of Lord Desborough.
Keith Osbourne was one of the first to receive the medal that is presented annually.
One side has the crest of the Thames Conservancy and 'K L Osbourne lensbury Rowing Club 1953' engraved at the bottom. Other side has a coat of arms with 'Chairman of the Conservators of the River Thames 1905-1937' engraved in the centre and 'William Grenfell Baron Desborough of taplow K.G.G.C.V.O.' around the edge.