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14th February 2014, 09:51 AM
Port Auxiliary Service
Following my recent post concerning the Admiralty Yard Craft, I would like to repost my request.
I have been searching the internet for details of the above craft, but I am not having much luck.
The details I require are the vessels that were employed in the following dockyards.
These vessels names began with a letter followed by a number. For example C 617.This was a small coaster.
Any assistance that you can give with the above will be appreciated.
The following list of web addresses are those that I have used to find some of the relevant details
www.photoship.co.uk naval section
www.clydemaritime.co.uk x lighters
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