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    Does anyone have any information about MV Trelosk/Treloske that went from Liverpool to Sydney in 1953? I am trying to find out some more information as my husband has a picture that belonged to his grandad of this ship. Canít find anything on Google and that is all the information I have. Thanks

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    Hi
    Here is a small Pc of her at Anchor.
    Will look into it a bit more later
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    TRELOSKE at anchor - Ships - Photographs - P&O Collection (poheritage.com)

    Found a Lager Pic. Hope its the same Ship though??

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    This is the image I have.it does look very similar if it’s the same one. If you could look into it, I would really appreciate that. Anything would be of great help!
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    Treloske, Br. ms, 5386, Liverpool to

    Syd, , Ncle and Brisb; to sail Jan

    31

    Treloske Liverpool 15/3/53 - — Birt&Co.


    Looks like She went from Liverpool to Sydney and called at Newcastle , and Brisbane on her way to Sydney. Sailed on January 31st
    Do you have any particular date you are looking at! in 1953 ?? And any names as Passengers etc.
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    My Fathers Ships (Was this from you, seems very likely)



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    [COLOR=var(--cali-text-primary)]#1 [COLOR=var(--cali-text-secondary)]∑[/COLOR] I came across my fathers Discharge Book and would like to find out a bit more about his life at sea and the ships he was on and the trips he went on. He served his time at the Macduff Engineering works and was an Engineer on the following ships:-
    MV TRELYON (HAINS)- 1 FEB 1950 - 4 AUG 1950
    AUG 1950 - FEB 1951
    12 MAR 1951 - 16 MAR 1951
    2 APRIL 1951 - 21 SEPT 1951
    27 SEPT 1951 - 18 OCT 1951
    I know he was in Australia on one or more of these trips as I have photos of the ship taken going under the Sydney Bridge, and photos he sent home with "Port Pirie" on the back.

    MV TRELAWNY (HAINS) - 28 APRIL 1952 - 28 AUG 1952
    11 SEPT 1952 - 13 NOV 1952

    MV TRELOSKE (HAINS) - 11 JAN 1953 - 25 JAN 1953

    TREVELYAN (HAINS) - 24 FEB 1953 - 7 MARCH 1953

    MV TRESILLIAN (HAINS) - 14 MARCH 1953 - 23 MARCH 1953

    MV TREVAYLOR (HAINS)- 2 APRIL 1953 - 10 DEC 1953

    MV TRONDA (C. SALVESEN) - 21 JAN 1954 - 13 MARCH 1964

    MV DUNDEE (DP&L) - 14 APRIL 1954 - 11 JAN 1955
    He was on this ships maiden voyage to the Great Lakes, Canada, which was dogged by many teething troubles. Supposed to have been away for 2 years but back to Burntisland within 9 months.

    RT TURMOIL (LLOYDS??) - 8 FEB 1956 - 20 FEB 1956 (COBH)
    21 MARCH 1956 - 20 JULY 1956 (COBH)
    21 NOV 1956 - 16 FEB 1957 (COBH)
    16 FEB 1957 - 19 APR 1957 (COBH)
    14 APR 1957 - 24 JULY 1957 (COBH)

    MV ESKWOOD (CONSTANTINE LINES) - 20 AUG 1957 - 27 SEPT 1957

    MV LOCHWOOD (CONSTANTINE LINES) - 15 OCT 1957 - 4 DEC 1957

    He left the Merchant Navy then to take up work when the Dounreay Nuclear Plant was being built in Caithness. I only started researching this a few days ago and its amazing what I've managed to find out so far! Anyone out there sailed with him?? If anyone thinks they may have, I will pm you with his name



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    Merchant Navy 1950-1957


    Does anyone reading this have any connection with the MN during this time? I am trying to find out more about my fathers 7 years at sea as an Engineer. I know he travelled the world and visited many places. The ships he was on were the MV Trelyon 1950-1951, MV Trelawny 1952, MV Treloske 1953, MV Trevelyan 1953, MV Tresillion 1953, MV Trevaylor 1953 (they were all owned by Hain Shipping). MV Tronda 1954 (owned by Christian Salvesen of Leith). MV Dundee 1954-1955 (owned by Dundee, Perth & London Shipping). RT Turmoil 1956-1957(dont know what shipping line owned it). MV Eskwood 1957 & MV Lochwood 1957 (both owned by Constantine Shipping). Any information would be really appreciated
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    came across my fathers Discharge Book

    You would also like to get his CRS10 from Kew as that will have all his Seatime Service and a lot more besides , well that is the Normal for the CRS10 Documents !
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    Hi Emily.
    I was on the Trevose for two years from 1949 the Tre boats belonged to the Hain Steamship Co, I believe that they have a museum in Cornwall. They mostly traded to India and Australia, where trampers mainly, I have a picture somewhere going under the Sydney Harbour Bridge, someone used to take pictures and sell them to the crew.
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    Emily.
    As you can see most of the Tre boats looked the same, this is the Trevose.
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    i see the name of the tug was she the Turmoil of the famous rescue of some old tramp with a famous named old man ....I believe he was karl karlson or similar .......might be worth the lady googling tug turmoil ......R683532 cappy

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    Quote Originally Posted by cappy View Post
    i see the name of the tug was she the Turmoil of the famous rescue of some old tramp with a famous named old man ....I believe he was karl karlson or similar .......might be worth the lady googling tug turmoil ......R683532 cappy
    I think that would be Capt Carlsen of the 'Flying Enterprise' Cappy but the old memory isn't what it used to be, the 'Turmoil' was the rescue tug

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    The Flying Enterprise 11 with the same master captain Carlsen was in the seaman’s Club in Bombay the same time as me in the 50s. The mate off the Turmoil jumped on board to join him before they hit the 100 fathom line off Landsend . When over the 100 fathom line I suspect the shorter running sea was the cause of her final death throes. Carlsen went on in later life to drive a tourist boat around San Francisco harbour. Dancy off the Turmoil was later drowned off a later ship a long time after. There was no mystery why Carlsen stayed on the FE. 1. As the tabloids would have it , it was his job to stay on board to negotiate salvage terms. If he had left the ship was up for grabs as previously discussed . Cheers JS
    The Turmoil to my knowledge was a naval tug. JS….
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