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9th September 2004, 23:50
Central Electricity Generating Board’s SIR JOHNSTONE WRIGHT (55/3382) passing Tilbury (UK) during October 1968.
31st October 2005, 11:25
A very good foto. Much better than the previous I have come across of the SJW.
Does anybody know what happened to her
18th July 2008, 03:29
Hi- I worked for Stephenson Clarke in 1974-5 as Office Junior then Agency Clerk, and both the Charles H Merz and Sir Johnstone Wright were sold after being laid up at Newcastle Quayside while I was there. One was renamed the Fanis- both went to Greek buyers. I remember they were none too happy because a lot of the items that could be used on other sister CEGB vessels (eg bedding and crockery plus deck and engine spares) were allegedly removed, allegedly between sale and handover- we could not find out the truth of it,but suffice to say Stephenson Clarke were not paid the agency fees due from the new owners!.
13th October 2009, 10:35
Broken up in Aspropyrgos, Greece in late 83 as the FANIS.
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