Including the following:
Harbour log, March 1904-1908
Daily records including the date, time of high water, wind, and observations.
Harbour Master's journal, January 1904-August 1906
Records the date, wind, weather, and remarks including numbers of arrivals and sailings.
Harbour logs, 1930-1975
Record the name of each vessel, its cargo, the quay used and the tonnage.
Harbour Master's report books of arrivals and sailings, 1929-1945
Record the times of high water, the wind, and the height of the tide morning and afternoon, the harbour or dock, arrivals and sailings with names of each vessel and the pilot's name.
Harbour Master's Daily log books, 1945-1974
Record the position of vessels morning and afternoon, arrivals and sailings, the state of the weather and tide, and for each ship its number, the time, the ship's name, draft, registered tonnage, port of registry, cargo, ports of origin and destination and the pilot involved. Each volume covers one calendar year.
Pilot Master's registers of arrivals and sailings, 1928-1969
Record the dates of arrivals and sailings, and for each vessel its name, registered tonnage, the master's name, the port of registry, the pirts of origin and destination, the draught up and down, the pilot's name, and a cash book reference number. No registers have yet been identified covering 1932-1942 and 1947-1955.
Registers of vessels bound for King's Lynn, 1946-1968
Record the date, the ship's name and particulars, the dock or quay it was bound for and the date of arrival.
Harbour Master's copies of tide tables, 1943-1962
Printed: badly damaged by damp and mould.
Logs of Conservancy Board vessels and harbour radio, 1949-1992
Draft or scrap log books and fair copies of Pilot cutters etc. From 1955 these are entered in printed diaries each covering one calendar year.
Harbour Radio rough logs, 1964-1970
Tidesman's log books, 1946-1970
Record the times of high water, the wind and arrivals and sailings on each tide.
Port Operations logs, 1970-1984?
These continue from tidesman's logs. Written in foolscap books (not printed forms), they record the wind and weather at each tide, the names of vessels which arrived and sailed, and the height of the tide.