Langton Grange

tell
19th February 2005, 02:35
I had a look in there as well, thought I may see the Langton Grange but no luck, I was an AB on her in '53, she was a good happy ship with excellent accomodation and a good feeder, I'd love to get a pic of her Terry Butler

unsteadyken
19th February 2005, 18:11
http://www.portcities.org.uk/london/server/show/ConNarrative.135/chapterId/2750/The-port-in-1901.html

unsteadyken
19th February 2005, 18:13
Sorry that was the first Langton wrecked 1909 before your time i imagine??

tell
20th February 2005, 02:59
Er! yes Ken you hit the nail on the head, I'm only 75, Tell

tell
21st February 2005, 02:27
John I would be obliged if you can manage it Tell

tell
21st February 2005, 14:00
John ta!

duquesa
16th April 2007, 18:35
I too have been searching for a long time for a pic of the last "Langton Grange". Would be very happy if anyone can find one.

non descript
16th April 2007, 18:56
I too have been searching for a long time for a pic of the last "Langton Grange". Would be very happy if anyone can find one.

Duquesa, this is the best I can find - also courtesy of John Clarkson.

non descript
17th April 2007, 20:43
I had a look in there as well, thought I may see the Langton Grange but no luck, I was an AB on her in '53, she was a good happy ship with excellent accomodation and a good feeder, I'd love to get a pic of her Terry Butler

Tell, I made this into a separate thread as the good ship Langton Grange deserved her own thread, hence your posting (copied from the Princesa thread) has been used to start it off.

Regards
Mark

tell
20th April 2007, 01:38
Tonga mucho gracias, A good idea