The Pilot Cutter Protector: Centenary of a River Tyne Tragedy

@ South Shields Museum and Art Gallery

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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.

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South Shields Museum and Art Gallery
Ocean Road
South Shields
NE33 2JA

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