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    Default Re: National Sea Training school Gravesend 1974

    Hi Chris I was in the sea training school i think April 1974 i am trying to track down an old friend named Ray Bulger from Liverpool not seen him since i left the school and went to sea on the Oriana how do i get to see your photo would be interesting to see if i was in it
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    Quote Originally Posted by NICK COLLINS View Post
    Louis you must remember watching the Olympics on that tiny telly August 1968. I only had one fight, a draw. I was there August to November 1968 deck dept.
    What's you name , I too had one fight and it was a draw...same course as yours ,,geoff

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    I was at the school from 28th Dec 1949 to 10th Feb 1950. B****Y freezing.Class of Dec49-Feb50.jpg
    I'm 4th from right front row, wearing grey socks, how did I get away with that.???
    All of these 16?17 year olds would be in their mid eighties now.
    Last edited by Frederick Lacey; 21st July 2017 at 09:37 PM.

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    Default Re: National Sea Training school Gravesend 1974

    Quote Originally Posted by Graham Davies View Post
    Chris.Oh how it takes you back. I had the same photo, no, not yours, but mine was taken in February,1966, can,t find it now, but i wish I could get a duplicate..anybody got the answer..please..Graham
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    If you go to ebay put the name of your shipI did and got all my ships photos in it

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    Hi everyone I was wondering if anyone remembers B.T.S. Formidable at Portishead. All the others seem to be
    mentioned. The school was turned into a very nice little village.
    I was there in the late 40s. All the best to you all, and have a great Christmas and New Year. Frank Greenfield.

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    I was at Gravesend Dec 1956 to Jan 1957 in the Catering Dept. My Dis Book Number is R668311. Capt McKellar was the head of the school. I ended up as his steward and had to clean his house every day. After leaving I went with T & J Harrison until I left in 1971 as Chief Steward
    James Fleming

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