Marlborough Express Photographs From August 1957
Novel Underwater Craft "Russian Satellite" Bringing Power From The Far South

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Record 123/223
Copyright The Marlborough Express Newspaper Co. Ltd
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Collection Marlborough Express Negatives
Description Image from Negative number 186, published in The Marlborough Express Thursday October 24, 1957, page 8.

Novel Underwater Craft. Ian Kenny and Paul Watson, of Blenheim, keen members of the Marlborough Underwater Club, have made themselves an underwater sledge - a type of aquaplane which can be submerged when towed behind a launch and is controlled by a rudder and elevator fins. In this photograph the sledge has been pulled aboard the launch after a successful test run at Shakespeare Bay on Saturday. From the left: Fred Yeldon (Timaru Underwater Club), Miss Joan Manning, Ian Kenny and Bill Horrey.
Year Range from 1957
Object ID MEX0.900.0116
Object Name Negative, Photographic
People Kenny, Ian
Watson, Paul
Yeldon, Fred
Manning, Joan
Horrey, Bill
Place Marlborough
Studio The Marlborough Express Newspaper Co. Ltd
Title Novel Underwater Craft
"Russian Satellite"
Bringing Power From The Far South
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Last modified on: April 12, 2013