- published: 15 Feb 2014
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A documentary about the work and life aboard the old coaster "Carrick" as she plies the waters of the North Sea and the English Channel trading to the ports of Southern England and the Near Continent. Of particular interest is her passage into the port of Exmouth, Devon, which has since passed into history and been replaced with new housing development. The "Carrick" is also history having been scrapped at Sittingbourne, Kent, in 1988, a few years after this documentary was made. For further information about the vessel see: http://www.shipspotting.com/gallery/photo.php?lid=1422782
A documentary short on the history of the J.J. Prior aggregate firm. J.J. Prior Ltd, founded in 1870, extracts and finishes construction aggregate at a quarry site in Fingringhoe, Essex, and ships the aggregate by barge to Brewery Wharf in Deptford, just a short distance from the National Maritime Museum. The film follows the voyage of the James Prior from rural Essex to the heart of urban London, showcasing the varied coastal landscapes and seascapes, and providing a window on the modern working Thames. The film also reflects on the history and evolution of J.J. Prior, from a horse-and-cart Victorian haulage business in East London to the modern shipping company that it is today. The film won best picture in the Professional category at the 2014 Scottish Fisheries Museum short film fes...
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A stroll across Cliffe Marshes to the foreshore and a walking along Westwards to Shornemead Fort. Back to Cliffe Fort and then along the sea wall East towards the London Gateway Terminal and Coryton. Viewing the Coastal Shipping on the way and ending up filming the wildlife.