Baltimore https://www.irishlifeboats.com/apps/photos/ Baltimore Baltimore boathouse The original boathouse is still in use. It has received a number of alterations over the years to accomodate larger lifeboats. In late 2011 work was carried out at the station to accomodate the stations new Tamar class ALB which will operate from moorings. Work was carried out on the boathouse and slipway in order to house the stations B class ILB. Photo : Barry Moule https://www.irishlifeboats.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=147780828 147780828 Baltimore boathouse The original boathouse is still in use. It has received a number of alterations over the years to accomodate larger lifeboats. In late 2011 work was carried out at the station to accomodate the stations new Tamar class ALB which will operate from moorings. Work was carried out on the boathouse and slipway in order to house the stations B class ILB. Photo : Barry Moule https://www.irishlifeboats.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=147780829 147780829 Baltimore boathouse The original boathouse is still in use. It has received a number of alterations over the years to accomodate larger lifeboats. In late 2011 work was carried out at the station to accomodate the stations new Tamar class ALB which will operate from moorings. Work was carried out on the boathouse and slipway in order to house the stations B class ILB. Photo : Barry Moule https://www.irishlifeboats.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=147780830 147780830 Baltimore boathouse The boathouse was altered in the late 1980s to accommodate a Tyne class lifeboat. The station was one of only two in Ireland using the slipway launch. The arrival of the stations new Tamar class means Wicklow will now be the only slipway launch ALB station left in Ireland. Photo : Barry Moule https://www.irishlifeboats.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=147780835 147780835 Baltimore boathouse The boathouse was altered in the late 1980s to accommodate a Tyne class lifeboat. The station was one of only two in Ireland using the slipway launch. The arrival of the stations new Tamar class means Wicklow will now be the only slipway launch ALB station left in Ireland. Photo : Barry Moule https://www.irishlifeboats.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=147781004 147781004 Hilda Jarrett ON 1137 (47-024) served as Baltimore lifeboat since 1988. 47-024 stood down as station lifeboat in Febuary 2012 when Tamar class 16-22 Alan Massey arrived on station. Photo : Barry Moule https://www.irishlifeboats.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=147780832 147780832 Hilda Jarrett ON 1137 (47-024) Hilda Jarrett has been involved involved in many notable rescues during its time at the station. One of the most recent outstanding rescues included that to Rambler 100, in which Baltimore RNLI recovered 16 crewmembers off the upturned hull of the racing boat during the Fastnet race. Photo : Barry Moule https://www.irishlifeboats.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=147780834 147780834 Inshore lifeboat compound In 2008 Atlantic 75 ILB B-708 was placed on station operating from a temporary compound. In late 2011 work was carried out on the boathouse and slipway in order to house the stations B class ILB. Photo : Barry Moule https://www.irishlifeboats.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=147781005 147781005 Bessie Atlantic 75 ILB B-708 Bessie served as Minehead ILB between 1994 and 2007. After a short period in the relief fleet B-708 became the Baltimore ILB in 2008. Photo : Barry Moule https://www.irishlifeboats.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=147781008 147781008 Bessie Atlantic 75 ILB B-708 Bessie served as Minehead ILB between 1994 and 2007. After a short period in the relief fleet B-708 became the Baltimore ILB in 2008. Photo : Barry Moule https://www.irishlifeboats.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=147780824 147780824 Bessie Atlantic 75 ILB B-708 Bessie served as Minehead ILB between 1994 and 2007. After a short period in the relief fleet B-708 became the Baltimore ILB in 2008. Photo : Barry Moule https://www.irishlifeboats.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=147780827 147780827 Bessie Atlantic 75 ILB B-708 Bessie served as Minehead ILB between 1994 and 2007. After a short period in the relief fleet B-708 became the Baltimore ILB in 2008. Photo : Barry Moule https://www.irishlifeboats.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=147780826 147780826 Launching Tractor Photo : Barry Moule https://www.irishlifeboats.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=147780825 147780825 Launching Tractor TA60 (00WX6033) is the current launch tractor at Baltimore. Photo : Barry Moule https://www.irishlifeboats.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=147781007 147781007 Alan Massey ON 1302 (16-22) Alan Massey is pictured during crew training in Shell Bay near Sandbanks three day before leaving Poole for her new home at Baltimore. Photo : Barry Moule https://www.irishlifeboats.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=149218617 149218617 Baltimore Lifeboat Station Baltimore Lifeboat Station in County Cork, Ireland. The Tamar Class lifeboat 'Alan Massey' has a pontoon berth alongside the boathouse, and an Atlantic 75 'Alice and Charles' is housed in the boathouse. Photo: RNLI/Baltimore https://www.irishlifeboats.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=204059362 204059362 Baltimore Lifeboat Station Baltimore Lifeboat Station in County Cork, Ireland. The Tamar Class lifeboat 'Alan Massey' is pictured at the pontoon berth alongside the boathouse, while Atlantic 75 'Alice and Charles' is pictured launching from the boathouse slipway. 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