On Saturday 24th November 2018, the world of historical reconstruction met ‘Trawling Through Time’ for a full day workshop of bringing the past to (digital) life using 3D modelling. Delivered by Hannah Rice (Archives Assistant) the ‘Archives in 3D’ workshop series teach the art of digital 3D modelling, focusing on visualising present and lost heritage […]Read More Archives in 3D: Maritime
Lots of free family fun was had when the Trawling Through Time project partnered with the East Riding Museums Learning Team for this year’s Big Draw event held on the 21st October at the Treasure House, Beverley. The theme for this year was ‘Play’ and we had lots of exciting learning activities in store! “This […]Read More When Maritime met the Big Draw
The Project’s Walking Oral History Interview Back in August, myself and ex-shipyard workers Ken Barley and Keith Pearson, along with several of our volunteers, gathered on the riverside at Grovehill, Beverley to take part in the ‘Trawling Through Time’ project‘s ‘s walking oral history interview. Our location was the former site of the town’s main shipyard, occupied by Cook, Welton […]Read More ‘Talking Through Time’
Contribute to our digital fleet and try your hand at decorating your own ship. As part of this year’s Big Draw event, the Trawling Through Time project is seeking to create an online fleet of ships based on the Cook, Welton and Gemmell Shipbuilder’s plans. Digitally paint your ship or print it out and decorate by […]Read More Calling all creatives!
An up-close perspective of the original materials… Hello from the Treasure House Conservation Workshop! Before I describe the digitisation process we’re undertaking I thought it would be worth looking back to the pre-digital age and taking a brief look at the history of technical drawing reproduction and the physical nature of the plans. Though they […]Read More Making Plans
The project takes to the road… The ‘Trawling Through Time’ project hit the road on Saturday 25th August when Robb Robinson (University of Hull) brought his fascinating lecture about the story of Cook, Welton & Gemmell shipbuilders to Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre (GFHC). It was also the day when our digital display unit was unveiled […]Read More At Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre
The teams start work… We are about a month and a half into our challenge of cataloguing and digitising technical shipbuilding plans from the Cook, Welton & Gemmell archive, and the response of our volunteers has been nothing short of outstanding. We currently have a group of 21 individuals, with more places available for anyone […]Read More ‘Archivers’ Assemble