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    Peter Ross

    Re: Hi

    Hi Shirley with your g grandad being on the Warkworth he will almost certainly have been to Canada. This ship regularly won the race to be the first ship

    Peter Ross Today, 08:52 AM Go to last post
    j.sabourn

    Re: Landfall ex LCT7074

    I had the privilege of living next door to a driver of such during the Normandy landings. And while he didn’t talk too much about it, I gathered

    j.sabourn Today, 08:42 AM Go to last post
    j.sabourn

    Re: John Sabourn

    #20... John see you are going back to the days of your youth , and thinking once more of your days in UC , where any port in a storm was the compamy motto

    j.sabourn Today, 08:22 AM Go to last post
    Alan Briggs

    Re: A trip down the West Coast

    I did a couple trips down the West Coast, MV Filleigh on charter to ED's, found going up the creeks to Sapele and Warri an interesting experience, pilots

    Alan Briggs Today, 08:06 AM Go to last post
    Ray Arnold

    When crew mates fall out ...

    Once upon a time (actually around 17th August 1946), I was on board S/S Galena, berthed alongside at Kotka in Finland, where it was loading timber "in

    Ray Arnold Today, 08:06 AM Go to last post
    vic mcclymont

    Re: New Fleet Replenishment Ships

    You forgot Germany, Ivan.
    Vic

    vic mcclymont Today, 07:58 AM Go to last post
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    Ray Arnold

    When crew mates fall out ...

    Thread Starter: Ray Arnold

    Once upon a time (actually around 17th August 1946), I was on board S/S Galena, berthed alongside at Kotka in Finland, where it was loading timber "in

    Last Post By: Ray Arnold Today, 08:06 AM Go to last post
    vic mcclymont

    New Fleet Replenishment Ships

    Thread Starter: vic mcclymont

    From The Defence Journal.

    Ben Wallace, Secretary for Defence has announced that the new Replenishment ships are to be classified as warships,

    Last Post By: vic mcclymont Today, 07:58 AM Go to last post
    Dennis McGuckin

    Where were you on your 21st birthday?

    Thread Starter: Dennis McGuckin

    I posted this some years ago.
    As we have had a lot of new members since then, thought it worth revisiting.


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    Ivan Cloherty

    Jail House Rock

    Thread Starter: Ivan Cloherty

    Here we go again, The Master of the 'New Diamond' is to be charged with Criminal negligence by the Sri Lankan Govt for allowing a fire to start in the

    Last Post By: Ivan Cloherty Yesterday, 10:33 AM Go to last post
    j.sabourn

    Keith Burrel

    Thread Starter: j.sabourn

    Before the computer went off last August you were in communication about your problems which I hope are now better sorted , unfortuanetley with the changing

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    Colin Wood

    Living through WW2

    Thread Starter: Colin Wood

    We were told when I was young that we were hard done by to live during that time. Now I am 84 I am very glad that I did as it as it made us very thankful

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