Finding an Article in Warships to Workboats


If you are just wanting to view one of the editions of Warships to Workboats, simply click [Back Issues] in the Menu Bar and select the year you want.
Click on the image for the issue you wish to view or download and the issue will be displayed in a new tab on your PC or device.
Your browser should offer you the option of saving or printing the file. File sizes are typically between 2 & 7Mb.

If you just want to browse through the available topics, select Tables of Contents] from the menu bar.
This shows the contents of every available issue of Warships to Workboats. If you find an item of interest, clicking the 'Quarter' for that table will open the issue in a new Tab.

If the item you're interested in is likely to be part of a series, have a look at the [Series Articles] page.
All  installments are listed in sequence.

Searching for a specific topic or subject:

The site search box can only search the pages on the site itself, not the text within the issues themselves. However, as each 'year' has a page which includes all that years tables of contents, the search will find all the issues which contain your search item. However, it will also offer you the 'Tables of Contents' page. Don't select this option as, although it will be in there somewhere, it won't be obvious where it is on a large page. On the other hand, if you're offered the 'Series Articles' page, that's a good one to choose as all the matches are likely to be grouped together on that page.

There is, however, a good way of searching the 'Tables of Contents' page.
Open that page and then use your browser's search option - usually function key [F3] or Ctrl F. That opens a search box in the corner of your screen and as you type it highlights all the matches in the document. It will tell you how many matches there are and provides cursor buttons allowing you to move up or down to the next/previous match.

There is also a 'Full Index' which is an alphabetical list compiled from the actual contents of the Warships to Workboats issues rather than just from their tables of contents.
This is the most comprehensive method of searching the issues and can locate items not mentioned in the tables of contents.,