A photograph of a worker in the Swan Hunter Shipyard on Tyneside, taken by Bishop Marshall for the Daily Herald newspaper on 8 January, 1940. Harry Hinson, iron shipwright, shouts directions up to workers in the scaffolding. This photograph is one of a series taken to illustrate a Dudley Barker feature story on workers in wartime.
A photograph of a worker in the Swan Hunter Shipyard on Tyneside, taken in January 1940 by Bishop Marshall for the Daily Herald.
The photograph shows Harry Hinson, iron shipwright, shouting directions up to workers on the scaffolding. Many warships were built at Swan Hunter during the second world war, including destroyers, destroyer escorts, cruisers and battleships. This photograph is one of a series taken to illustrate a Dudley Barker feature story on workers in wartime.
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- The Daily Herald Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford
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- National Science and Media Museum
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