8th April 2008, 15:48
Just jooned and it is a very interesting site.
For a touch of nostalgia are there any Shaw Savill and Crusader men out there - Cedric, Illyric, Ionic, Carnatic Crusader, Saracen - 1966 - 1972 and anyone from Poplar Technical College 1964/5 and 1969 on the alternative training scheme?
8th April 2008, 16:05
From Michigan, a warm welcome to Ships Nostalgia.
I took the liberty of moving your introduction to our "Say Hello" thread as it will received a wider reading here.
8th April 2008, 16:23
Welcome aboard from northern England.
Plenty of SS&A in the crew so you may find some old shipmates among the new.
Find your way around the ship, join in and enjoy the trip.
8th April 2008, 23:09
Welcome from Lancashire.
I hope you will enjoy the site.
8th April 2008, 23:17
Sinclair-Pearce, a warm welcome to you; thank you for joining the community; enjoy the site and all it has to offer, and we very much look forward to your postings in due course. Bon Voyage
8th April 2008, 23:18
A warm welcome to SN from the Isle of Anglesey.
There is every chance that you will meet old shipmates on this site so, have a good look round and join in the banter as much as possible.
Beware, it is addictive! (Thumb)
9th April 2008, 06:06
Welcome onboard to SN and enjoy the voyage
15th April 2008, 00:49
I run a website for BP Marine Engineering apprentices 1952 onwards, all in the Alternative scheme. I have a full list of the 1964 intake (10) at Poplar Tech, But have only come across John Saddington, ring any bells. It seems possible that many of that group never went to sea, certainly not with BP