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The Public Record Office of Northern Ireland will deliver a series of lunch time lectures looking at various aspects of the history of maritime disasters and the organisations who work to save life at sea.

The lectures will be held in PRONI at 1 pm on Wednesday afternoons on the following dates:
27 February - Ernie Cromie - Air Sea Rescue operations off the coast of Ulster.
6 March - Robert Corbert - Saving Lives at Sea: The story of Ulster's Lifeboats.
13 March - Denis Mayne - Nineteenth-Century Coastguards in Ireland.
20 March - Barbara Lomas - Wreck and rescue in Dundrum Bay in the 19th century.
27 March - Dr Sally Montgomery - Lighthouse Optics: Invention and Rivalry.
3 April - Stephen Scarth - All at sea: maritime records in PRONI.
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