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Billy Newson (1905–1988), Trinity House Pilot

© the artist. Photo credit: Felixstowe Museum

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Billy and his weather-beaten brother, Ted (Settler), used to have the primus stove on all the time and there was either a pan of whelks or lobsters boiling or a brew for the countless friends and acquaintances who would drop in for a yarn and a smoke. A commemorative bench was bought in memory of him, his brother and Charlie Brinkley and this now overlooks the estuary and the shingle bar at the mouth of the river Deben.

Felixstowe Museum

Felixstowe


Date

c.1950

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 60 x W 45 cm (E)

Accession number

FXWFM 2010.2.14

Work type

Painting

Inscription description

signed P Gaywood


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Felixstowe Museum

Viewpoint Road, Felixstowe, Suffolk IP11 3TW England

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