Delweddau Diwydiant

Y dreill-long HIROSE

ALLOWAY, M.

(Nid oes modd darparu delwedd o'r gwaith celf hwn ar hyn o bryd. Mae hyn naill ai oherwydd cyfyngiadau hawlfraint, neu oherwydd bod y ddelwedd yn aros i gael ei digideiddio. Ymddiheurwn am unrhyw anghyfleustra a achosir gan hyn.)

Dyddiad: 20th century

Cyfrwng: olew ar gynfas

Maint: 286 x 381 mm

Derbyniwyd: 1984; Prynwyd

Rhif Derbynoli: 84.97I

Adeiladwyd y llong bysgota Hirose ym 1921 gan Cook, Welton & Gemmel o Beverley i gwmni Neale & West, Caerdydd. Wedi eu sefydlu ym 1885, Neale & West oedd unig gwmni bysgota Caerdydd, a'r llongau yn dwyn enwau Siapaneaidd trwy gysylltiad â physgotwyr yn Siapan. Gwerthwyd yr Hirose i gwmni Pettit & Youds, Aberdaugleddau, ym 1929.

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Amgueddfa Cymru
22 Rhagfyr 2011, 11:01
Thank you John for your very interesting comment on the background to why some Neale and West trawlers were given Japanese names. As well as this painting of the HIROSE (which is currently on display at the National Waterfront Museum, Swansea) we also have the ship
John Roodhouse.
19 Rhagfyr 2011, 12:46
HI. The reason most of neale and west trawlers were
given japanese names follows.
In the first part nineteen hundreds the japanese warship
MIKASA came into cardiff docks,the navel officers where
guests at neales house in penarth they signed the visitor book, there were three in all,and there names where added to three of there trawlers they had such good luck with them it became practice to continue.
Kind regards.John.

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