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    Keith at Tregenna

    Re: Pot menders

    [QUOTE=Keith at Tregenna;347895]"Saucepans to Spitfires" programme was started during wartime
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    Keith at Tregenna

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    On the afternoon of 31 May, Beatty’s battle cruisers encountered their German counterparts under Vice Admiral Franz von Hipper.

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    j.sabourn

    Re: Costigan - Did you know?

    #26 Des the first ship I had in Oz shortly after arrival was the Pacific Dart one of Swires. Modern communication I.e. the VHF , never hardly heard an

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    Ivan Cloherty

    Re: Pot menders

    #14, our railings and pots disappeared one day, all that was left were the stumps! however I did report not too long ago that most of the railings that

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    John Pruden

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    john24 it shows you dont need a massive army navy air force just infect a few and drop them anywhere in the world i would bet all countries want the make

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    Ivan Cloherty

    Re: New fleet support ships

    Quite agree Vic, but in these times of envisaged high unemployment then everything possible should be done to keep industry in-house.

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    John Arton

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    The new support ships could be built by a joint British and Spanish team using Belfast's Harland and Wolff's yard for assembly.
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    Pot menders

    Thread Starter: happy daze john in oz

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    Keith at Tregenna

    Bit of Titanic Trivia:

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