The flooding badly affected the railway line to Brightlingsea
An article written by Bill Ellis for Wivenhoe News in 2004
Extracts from interviews for 'Sea-Change: Wivenhoe Remembered', by Paul Thompson, Tempus Books, 2006
In May 2011, the jetty at Cooks Shipyard was re-opened after its rebuild by Taylor Wimpey
Contributions by Freda Annis, Bill Webb and Peter Hill
Ernie Vince's fascinating memories of a life on the water
Stories about the early ferries through to the present summer ferry (2006)
Changes in the lives of local fishermen
Sailing, seals and birds - views of various people
The Wivenhoe shipyards and people's lives working in them
The founding of the 'Nottage' through to present day activities as place to learn traditional boat-building and sailing skills as well as a nautical museum.
Pull Devil, Pull Baker and other memories of the Wivenhoe Regatta
Being a full account of a large prodigious whale lately taken on the river Wivner, within six miles of Colchester, London 1677, 8pp
The River Colne at High Tide.