The original Mission to Seamen was situated at the junction of Royal Crescent and Albert Road (image 1). It was built in c.1890 to replace a temporary mission hall also in Royal Crescent. In 1936 the Mission moved to new premises in Queen's Terrace (image 2), built by Gutteridge and Gutteridge. The original building survived until the 1980s when it was demolished. The Museum of Aviation now occupies the site.

1. Seamen's Mission

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Engraving, c.1900

2. Seaman's Mission, Queen's Terrace

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Photograph, c.2010


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