Angele Emiel - ex BM 181

brixhamrfc
22nd February 2007, 18:38
Good evening chaps, detectives wanted in the Southampton/Portsmouth area. Just discovered within the last half hour that it is BELIEVED that this vessel, built 1925, ex O 191, which I last photographed in Brixham in 1983, may be a houseboat in the Portsmouth/Southampton area. Knowing you lot out there, (cos I know you are good at this), I expect confirmation within 24 hours, followed by photos in the gallery........seriously,if anyone can confirm, it will really help with my BM database, regards to all, Trev

Santos
22nd February 2007, 18:47
Trev,

Pic of her at following site aground outside Ostend harbour, just scroll down a bit. 7th December 1946

http://users.pandora.be/urbiehome/Lifepic.html

Chris.

brixhamrfc
23rd February 2007, 02:56
Thank s Chris, I had discovered this photo a couple of months back.....I'm grateful to you for putting the thread on...........Trev

brixhamrfc
24th February 2007, 06:48
New info now pinpoints vessel in the Portsmouth area.......anyone seen her please ?? Trev

martin johns
24th February 2007, 21:19
There is a member called John Feltham who lives in the Portsmouth area Trev. He regularly posts photos (occasionally of fishing boats). It maybe worth sending him a PM on the subject.
Martin

brixhamrfc
25th February 2007, 19:34
Thank you Martin...........I will do that, regards, Trev

brixhamrfc
27th May 2007, 06:47
Info suggests she may be near the refinery (does that help ?)

martin johns
27th May 2007, 23:50
Any chance of getting a more specific location Trev.
I'm up that way in a couple of weeks so I could get some photos if I knew where she was.

brixhamrfc
28th May 2007, 06:30
Apparently quite close to the refinery , I have no idea where that is martin....BTW I have made contact with David james, he has a stack of info, it was coming at me so fast I couldnt take it all in ........we are meeting up, so I'll take a notepad with me. Hope to exchange photos with him as well, he has some great ones !! Thanks for your help Martin, much appreciated, Trev