Penarth Dock, South Wales - 150 years - the heritage and legacy  
Penarth Dock, South Wales - the heritage & legacy . . .

Volume Nine - Pre-Victorian to the present day - even more aspects - The Work of Martin J. Ridley - Photographer . . .

Seamen's Hospital, Men's Ward, Cardiff, the Royal Hamadryad, c.1905.
Seamen's Hospital, Men's Ward, Cardiff, the Royal Hamadryad, c.1905.

Seamen's Hospital, Men's Ward, Cardiff - Patients and staff of the Men's Ward of the newly opened Cardiff Seamen's Hospital, officially the land based Royal Hamadryad Hospital in c.1905. Many of those requiring medical attention from injuries sustained at, or arriving at, Penarth Dock would have been treated here.

A digital record from the archive of the National Library of Wales of the work of Martin J. Ridley, photographer during the years 1900 to 1910. The archive record is a black and white, glass dry-plate negative. [439] [Preferred citation : Ridley 2445]  [20190304]

 
Seamen's Hospital, Men's Ward, Cardiff, the Royal Hamadryad, c.1905.

Seamen's Hospital, Cardiff - Exterior of large detached three storey building of the newly opened Cardiff Seamen's Hospital, officially the land based Royal Hamadryad Hospital in c.1905.

A digital record from the archive of the National Library of Wales of the work of Martin J. Ridley, photographer during the years 1900 to 1910. The archive record is a black and white, glass dry-plate negative. [439] [Preferred citation : Ridley 1614] [20190304]

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