Terry Smith
26th November 2008, 21:05
My name is Terry Smith. After training at the Vindi in December 1960/January 1961 (Hut B2 - catering) I sailed with Port Line and Blue Star Line. I've had a variety of jobs since leaving the sea, although for the past twenty-five years I've been a mobile gent's hairdresser. I am due to retire in january 2009. I am a life-long railway enthusiast and enjoy reading and writing. One of my hobbies is the commissioning and selling of lapel badges based on the house flags of British shipping companies.

non descript
26th November 2008, 21:07
Terry, A warm welcome to you. Thank you for joining the community and making your first posting. Do enjoy the site and all it has to offer and we very much look forward to your further postings. (Thumb)

K urgess
26th November 2008, 21:07
Welcome aboard, Terry.
Plenty of Vindiboys in the crew along with Port Line and Blue Star lads.
Find your way around the ship and enjoy the trip.

Bruce Carson
26th November 2008, 21:19
Terry, from Michgan, a warm welcome to Ships Nostalgia.
Good to have you onboard.
Make yourself at home and join in our friendly discussions at any time.


bert thompson
26th November 2008, 21:46
Welcome Terry to this great site. You interest in badges sounds exciting
Best wishes

27th November 2008, 00:10
Welcome from Lancashire.
I hope you will enjoy the site.

27th November 2008, 00:49
Welcome aboard from the Philippines. Enjoy all this great site has to offer

27th November 2008, 06:39

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)

27th November 2008, 08:34
Welcome aboard from Aussie enjoy the site you are sure to find some Vindiboys aboard,\.


27th November 2008, 09:42
Welcome onboard to SN and enjoy the voyage

27th November 2008, 09:56
Greetings Terry and welcome to SN. Bon voyage.

Terry Smith
27th November 2008, 17:15
Thanks everyone for the warm welcome to ships nostalgia