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The North East and Cumbria once had a strong shipbuilding tradition, producing ships that made the region famous around the world. But within a few years, the industry was on its knees. Shipbuilding’s boom years came in the early 20th century stimulated by the build up of demand for warships and ship repair yards. Then came the steepest slump on record, with heavy job losses and unemployment. The Second World War once again brought prosperity followed by a brief revival in the 1950s but this was short lived.
From the early 1960s the yards struggled to find work with a lack of orders and increasing competition. The Swan Hunter yard in Newcastle was originally part of the Neptune shipyard founded at Low Walker in 1860. The yard’s first ship was the Victoria, a paddle steamer launched in the same year. In 1880 Swan Hunter became a business, and launched ships that became famous worldwide including the Mauretania, the ‘queen of the ocean’, which was launched in Wallsend in 1906. The yard went on to build the Carpathia in 1912, which braved icebergs to rescue the survivors of the Titanic, and the Dominion Monarch, the largest diesel motor driven ship in the world when completed in 1939. Over its history Swans launched over 1600 ships ranging from cargo liners, ferries and ice breakers to destroyers, frigates and submarines.