The Pilot Cutter Protector: Centenary of a River Tyne Tragedy
@ South Shields Museum and Art GalleryBook Now
19 December 2016 - 28 February 2017
This small display commemorates the tragedy which struck North and South Shields, plunging both towns into a world of grief on 31 December 1916. The morning of which 19 men and boys boarded the pilot cutter Protector but not one soul would return.
South Shields Museum and Art Gallery
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