THE (FORMER) SHORE SHOP


Even though the Canadian Tribal Destroyer Association has been disbanded, it still might be possible to obtain memorabilia that was formerly available for sale by mail order. Please contact the listed individuals for the availability of goods and current prices.
 

PICTURES

 
Photographs of all the Tribals are available for sale. They are 8.5" x 11" b/w. $5.00 each plus $2.00 postage.
The photos are available from:

Don Eaglestone
1 Hillsboro Drive
Dartmouth , N.S.
B2W 3M9
902 434-3411


BOOKS

"The Tribals" by Martin Brice. - This remarkable book is a must for all those who served in one of these ships as well as for those who have an interest in Canada's Navy. Tribals probably saw more action over a longer period of time and over a greater part of the globe than any other class of destroyer. Long out of print, we have now reproduced this book which presents a fine historical account of each of the twenty seven destroyers which served in the Royal Canadian Navy, the Royal Navy and the Royal Australian Navy. Laminated soft cover, 8.5 x 11 format, comb type binding. Each...$35.00


The book is available from:

Don Eaglestone
1 Hillsboro Drive
Dartmouth , N.S.
B2W 3M9
902 434-3411


"Radio Communications in the RCN" by Jerry Proc. A research paper which outlines the history of radio communications in the RCN from the beginning to the present with focus on the Tribal class operations during the 1950's and 1960's. Complete with personal stories, anecdotes and recollections from a bygone era. FREE -  Select this link.

"ASDIC, RADAR and IFF Systems Aboard HMCS HAIDA" by Jerry Proc. A research paper which discusses ASDIC, sonar, and radar systems used by the RCN from World War II days to the 1970's. Included is oral history from those who actually operated the equipment in both wartime and peacetime. FREE - Select this link


VIDEOS

HMCS IROQUOIS VIDEO - Each...$25.00.

This 25 minute video consists of a series of historical photographs of HMCS IROQUOIS as she appeared in the 1944-45 time period. The photo montage is accompanied by a suitable choice of background music which compliments Tom Ingham's skillful narration. For a two person production, I was very impressed with the result and if you only watch it once, its well worth the purchase.


Available from:

Tom Ingham
RR#2, Turner Road
Welland, Ontario
L3B 5N5

 
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July 22/08