Another one that passed thru 52 Leadenhall st

stephen street
14th April 2011, 09:42
Hi all,
1974, started at the said office,bound for The Dagenham Dustbin Works.(the ford motor co)To join the M.V.Sagamoore for my first trip to exotic places.My last recollection of "52" was the c y tung meetings to persued us all to go foriegn flag.(About 1982/3) Possibly the Begining of the end for houlder,furness men.
Steve.

hawkey01
14th April 2011, 10:55
Steve,

on behalf of the Moderating team welcome to SN. Enjoy all we have to offer.

Hawkey01

linerrich
14th April 2011, 12:13
Greetings and Welcome Aboard!

Rich

captain61
14th April 2011, 14:56
Welcome aboard this great site

Stephen

billyboy
14th April 2011, 23:40
A warm welcome aboard from the Philippines. Please enjoy all this great site has to offer

gdynia
15th April 2011, 08:17
Welcome onboard to SN and enjoy the voyage

R58484956
16th April 2011, 09:28
Greetings Steve and welcome to SN. Bon voyage.

James_C
16th April 2011, 15:32
Steve,
A warm welcome to Ships Nostalgia where I hope you'll find much of interest.
Enjoy the voyage!

stephen street
26th April 2011, 09:56
Hi to all reader.
244, veiwings. Not a single question mark about 52.Houlder Bros/Furness Withy operated out of 53 Leadenhall street(Must have got the "2" from the post code EC3A 2BR).Sorry but it is nearly thirty years ago.
Steve.

vasco
26th April 2011, 10:08
Steve,
I don't recognise/remember your name but have a look at my profile for ships I was on. Also check out the Houlders forum if you haven't already.
John

stephen street
27th April 2011, 09:44
Hi vasco,
You cann't recieve any private messages until you clear out the back log.
Steve.

vasco
27th April 2011, 12:18
Hi vasco,
You cann't recieve any private messages until you clear out the back log.
Steve.

Yeah, I've been told by SN and done it. The price of being popular!

stephen street
30th April 2011, 09:03
Hi John,
I assume that your still out there somewhere ploughing a white line though the Ogin.How have you managed to survive so long?From reading the missives of so many,one would have to think a British seaman is as rare as rocking horse do do.(yes i've got grand kids. Does it show?)I've been trying to think(getting more dificult, a time thing)if you were a cadet with(A) Laurie Shaw
(B) Maurice Mc Vitty. I'm not sure if anyone would admit to it, even after this lenght of time.
Steve.