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Invergordon Lifeboat 'Nottinghamshire' Sailing Home

© the artist. Photo credit: Invergordon Naval Museum and Heritage Centre

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Invergordon was established as an all-weather lifeboat station in 1974 in response to the increase in marine traffic, mainly related to the oil industry. Lifeboats are often named after the benefactors whose generosity paid for them. The 'Nottinghamshire' was Invergordon’s lifeboat from 1984 to 1988. More information relating to the lifeboats of the Moray and Cromarty Firths and the RNLI can be seen at Invergordon Naval Museum and Heritage Centre.

Invergordon Naval Museum and Heritage Centre


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    acrylic on board

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    39.6 x 55.4 cm

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