Halloween

No 10: Launch of Halloween (1950) [Courtesy of Rodney Choppin.]
No 33: Sketch of Halloween at hull planking stage by Rodney Choppin (1950) [Courtesy of Rodney Choppin.]
No 107: December 30th (1950) [Courtesy of .]
No 137: First wet (1950) [Courtesy of Barbera Quillam.]
No 295: Newspaper cutting of launch (1950) [Courtesy of Barbera Quillam.]
No 325: Bill for conversion to cabin boat - JW Shuttlewood (1936) [Courtesy of Rodney Choppin.]
No 326: Bill for repairs & mooring - JW Shuttlewood (1960) [Courtesy of Rodney Choppin.]
No 327: Bill for repairs & mooring - JW Shuttlewood (1962) [Courtesy of Rodney Choppin.]
No 328: Bill for repairs & mooring - JW Shuttlewood (1963) [Courtesy of Rodney Choppin.]
No 329: Terms & conditions on back of JW Shuttlewood Ltd bill. (1963) [Courtesy of Rodney Choppin.]
No 330: Bill for repairs & mooring - JW Shuttlewood (1967) [Courtesy of Rodney Choppin.]
No 331: Bill for chandlery - JW Davis, Westcliff (1965) [Courtesy of Rodney Choppin.]
No 351: Casting off (1951) [Courtesy of Photo by Clem Harris.]
No 352: Halloween with original (much taller) mast. (1951) [Courtesy of Photo by Clem Harris.]
No 353: Len Choppin "The Skipper" (1951) [Courtesy of Photo by Clem Harris.]
No 354: Len and Peggy aboard, with trawl gear on cabin top. (1951) [Courtesy of Photo by Clem Harris.]
No 355: Peggy Choppin at the helm. (1951) [Courtesy of Photo by Clem Harris.]
No 356: Peggy fishing. The "Priest" was used to kill the fish (presumably so-called as it gave last rites!). (1951) [Courtesy of Photo by Clem Harris.]
No 357: Percy Harris (1951) [Courtesy of Photo by Clem Harris.]
No 358: Clem Harris (1951) [Courtesy of Photo by Clem Harris.]
No 359: Len, splicing in the cabin. (1951) [Courtesy of Photo by Clem Harris.]
No 360: Len Choppin and Cecil Bedford. [Courtesy of Rodney Choppin.]
No 361: Halloween's brief period with ketch rig. [Courtesy of Rodney Choppin.]
No 362: Martyn, Len and Rodney, in Holland. (1961) [Courtesy of Rodney Choppin.]
No 363: Spinnaker flying in the Schelde (1961) [Courtesy of Rodney Choppin.]