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The Lifeboat Window (1962)
 in the
Seamen's Chapel
depicts important
events in the history
of the lifeboat in
Tynemouth


Like the East Window
it was designed and
made by
Dr L C Evetts
Lifeboat window

The window shows:

'Tynesider' 1962

Badge of RNLI

'Constance' 1862

Three shields of the
Duke of Northumberland,
Lord Crewe, Bishop of Durham
(1674-1722} and the
Arms of Tynemouth Monastery

'Original' 1789
The first unsinkable,
self-righting lifeboat,
designed by
William Wouldhave,
born in North Shields and
christened in Christ Church