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5th January 2019, 07:01 PM
57 years ago TSS Corfu RMS Canberra
1960 and 1961 myself and Brian L. were bell boys on both the TSS Corfu and the RMS Canberra. On the 28th of last month we managed a meet in Las Palmas Gran Canaria. Brian was on a cruise and I live in the Canaries, but spend Christmas in Las Palmas.
57 years since we parted company, so plenty to talk about, and the sun shone all day, what a reunion after all those years!!!
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5th January 2019, 08:12 PM
Re: 57 years ago TSS Corfu RMS Canberra
Well that must have been a great meet up after all that time,just shows what can happen in life some bad but most times more of the good!
The Canary Islands are Wonderful and I recall stopping over at Las Palmas especially when with the UCL ,as you may well know it was one of their regular Stops.
Yes some really good memories
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