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The Story of HMS Namur built 1756

That’s now part of the Command Of The Oceans exhibition after the timbers of the ship were found under floorboards during renovations

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List of all ships built in Chatham dockyard since 1586

From the earliest in 1586 to the last in 1966

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And in alphabetical order

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The first ship was called HMS Sunne , which was built at Sunne Hard the original location of the docks before it expanded to its present location in 1613. 9 more words

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Number 1 Smithery

No.1 Smithery is a Grade II listed national monument , between 1806 and 1808 it was used to manufacture Anchors and chains

It is a joint project between the Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust, Royal Museums Greenwich and Imperial War Museums . 86 more words

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Navy Day 1981 at Chatham

While it was working the docks used to have regular open days called “Navy Days” when the public could come in and see warships and other workings of a modern shipyard. 53 more words

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The Nelson Brewery 

There is an onsite Brewery , not owned by the Dockyard trust but who rent a unit situated behind the Wagon Stop Canteen.

It was founded in 1995 and brews up to 100 firkins a week . 114 more words

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The Dockyard Model Shop

Owner Robert Bright established the shop in 1994 , if you wish to find it then stand in front of HMS Ocelot with the submarine behind you , in front of you is the fire station on your left.Walk straight up and you will have a green on your right and the Forge in front of you , turn left at the Forge an walk straight on until you see the entrance. 33 more words

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