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    Keith Tindell

    Re: The royal navy navigation way

    I have posted before on a Xmas stay in a pub in Dorset, talking to a guy and his wife, and what we had done for work in his life, when i told him i had

    Keith Tindell Today, 11:18 AM Go to last post
    Lewis McColl

    Re: Impressions

    Things go wrong in countries because Moderate thinking people put up with it and by the time they wake up it will be to late.

    Take my own

    Lewis McColl Today, 11:18 AM Go to last post
    Tony Taylor

    Re: The royal navy navigation way

    I was once having a crack with a fireman (mid 20s) who said he was a marine engineer in RN, I asked about their propulsion systems and he replied, I dont

    Tony Taylor Today, 11:11 AM Go to last post
    Ivan Cloherty

    Re: The royal navy navigation way

    Yes John, even in '56 it seems the RN had disdain for the MN, forgetting that in WWII without the MN they would have had no fuel of any description to

    Ivan Cloherty Today, 11:04 AM Go to last post
    cappy

    Re: My wife

    im truly sad to hear you report on your wifes illness mike ......i nursed my younger brother through this abomnible time .....i wish you strength and

    cappy Today, 10:22 AM Go to last post
    Keith Tindell

    Re: British Tramps

    That book JS is available on Amazon for 29, thats a used edition, would be a good read, kt

    Keith Tindell Today, 10:18 AM Go to last post
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    j.sabourn

    British Tramps

    Thread Starter: j.sabourn

    Think I recommended this book once before and is entitled British Tramps by I.G.Stewart .
    The book is dedicated to the masters ,officers,and crews

    Last Post By: Keith Tindell Today, 10:18 AM Go to last post
    John Arton

    The royal navy navigation way

    Thread Starter: John Arton

    Read this post, bit dismissive of merchant seamen's navigation, try taking a vlcc into port or backing down for over a mile to reach Gillingham wharf

    Last Post By: Keith Tindell Today, 11:18 AM Go to last post
    Keith at Tregenna

    20 lashes.

    Thread Starter: Keith at Tregenna

    20 lashes.

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    Mike Hall

    My wife

    Thread Starter: Mike Hall

    This is hard,how do I put it in words.
    My wife has gone into a care home because she has the early signs of dementia.
    We have been suffering

    Last Post By: cappy Today, 10:22 AM Go to last post
    Janet Aien

    Ben Line Donkeyman

    Thread Starter: Janet Aien

    Hi I'm collecting some info on my father's Ben Line days for my son,
    is there anyone out there who remembers Louis Aien he was with the Ben line

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    j.sabourn

    Impressions

    Thread Starter: j.sabourn

    As it often arises in posts about the make up of some countries , and as some take note of changes in the society in which they live.. as a fairly new

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