Click on the link above to go to the whole maritime museums web-site. The main page is a large 300+ KB, 10,000+ line xhtml text file. There are 4 other pages, with maps, indexes, notes and links.
With effect from February 2013, the shortened list of museums with their URL links only, has been discontinued. It had been included to help those with slow dialup connections to the internet who had trouble accessing the full list of museums. We do not think this is necessary any more. We have also discontinued the list of classic but non-museum vessels, as they are now covered elsewhere.
There are some minor incidental files also held on my web-space, including some related to photography.
An "essay" about bollards, especially those that appear to be old muzzle-loading cannon that have been reused. This is still being developed and comments are welcome. At: http://people.ds.cam.ac.uk/mhe1000/bollards/cannonbollards.htm
Comments and views about the use of flash photography in museums and art galleries at: http://people.ds.cam.ac.uk/mhe1000/musphoto/flashphoto.htm
Some images and notes about a Lizars "Challenge" quarter-plate camera at: http://people.ds.cam.ac.uk/mhe1000/Lizar/myoldestcamera.htm
Illustration of photo-stitching software to create a two-dimensional "roll-out" view of the periphery of a cylindrical object: http://people.ds.cam.ac.uk/mhe1000/musphoto/periphoto3.htm
Notes and photographs from a holiday voyage along the Norwegian coast in 2006, aboard the MS Polarlys of the Hurtigruten ferry service, at: http://people.ds.cam.ac.uk/mhe1000/hurtigruten/voyage.htm
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Updated 2 February 2013.
"The only scholarship that has any merit, I suppose, is what is useful
to other people as well as oneself. The most meritorious of all is
what is useful to other scholars, sometimes for generations."
Peter Levi: "The Hill of Kronos", 1980.