Exhibition and Stage From the outset, one of the central goals of the ‘Trawling Through Time’ project was to create a legacy that educates mainstream audiences about the story of Cook, Welton & Gemmell, so that its heritage is allowed to continue and thrive beyond the lifespan of our own project. It’s always difficult to […]Read More The Legacy Begins
The Plans Go Digital! (See example plans of historic ships now in our Vessels gallery) Technically speaking, most of the general arrangement plans in our Cook, Welton & Gemmell archive are actually made from tracing cloth rather than paper, but hopefully you get the idea – our volunteers have succeeded in converting original hard copies […]Read More From Paper to Pixels
Putting the Plans into Perspective The incredible progress being made by our volunteers towards meeting the output targets of our project, meant that during December 2018 we could afford to give them a well-earned rest from cataloguing & digitisation, and reward their efforts with a pre-Christmas treat. Thanks to our friends at the ‘Hull: […]Read More All Aboard The Arctic Corsair
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
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!