The Thames Nautical Training College

HMS Worcester

1862 - 1968

Old Worcesters’ Unofficial Site 
Colin 62-65 Web Admin
Portsmouth - 150 year, Post Reunion.
Greenwich - The Last Hurrah, Post Reunion.
Famous  OWs

The Bowers Plaque now outside the Scott Polar Research Institute in Cambridge - Clive Bradbury

Cadet Bowers

Lieut. Bowers

The Bowers Lecture by Clive Bradbury OW

The Bowers Bell and Tabernacle 1938

Worcester II

Crew Signatures Cardiff 15th June 1910

This is a PDF of my own pictures (Colin Thurlow OW 62-65) of RRS Discovery just after she arrived in Dundee

Tony Maskell OW 49-51 has sent in his “readings” about Evans of the Broke who was one of our more famous OWs
I have put together a PDF of the material and added some pictures etc. An interesting read
Clive Bradbury OW has sent in some words about “Teddy” Evans and Gerald Doorly.
Please click on the PDF icon on the right

Evans of the Broke. OW 1895-1896

Gerald Doorly. OW Gold Medal 1897

Captain Steele a year after he joined Worcester II 1930

The Late Mrs Steele

Captain Steele VC

Captain Steele

Captain Steele’s Grave

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The Bowers Bell, Tabernacle and Plaque on the Mizzen Mast Worcester III. Andrew Lansdale OW 60-62 is the cadet in this picture

Tony Maskell OW 49-51 has sent in his writings titled Famous OWs
I have put together a PDF of the material and added some pictures and links etc. An interesting read
DOG WATCHES Memorabilia





DOG WATCHES Memorabilia

This is an interesting one.

Henry Robertson Bowers doing his watch as Officer of the Watch on HMS Worcester

Link to a short Video that features Captain Steele

Gordon Steel on left.

Cadets Captains 1909

Statuette of Admiral Togo of the Imperial Japanese Navy Held at Greenwich Maritime. Not on view

The future Admiral Togo was on board Worcester II as a Cadet

Visit by Admiral Count Togo to HMS Worcester on 29th June 1911

Please click on picture to left to download the PDF.