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inandaship



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Location: Helensburgh-sur-Mer, River Clyde.
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Mair steam McPhail, mair steam! Para inbound for Glesca makes good time with a following wind and tide.
· Date: Fri, 24 May 19 · Views: 124
· Filesize: 47.6kb, 112.9kb · Dimensions: 1024 x 768 ·
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Keywords: VIC 32
Location photo was taken: River Clyde
Date photo was taken: 24/05/2019
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BillH
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Registered: October 2007
Location: UK
Posts: 3,526
Fri, 24 May 19 14:12

VIC 32 C/s - ? Basic steam VIC.
O. N.169311. 96g. 41n. 140d. 66.8 x 18.5 x 8.8 feet.
C.2-cyl. (10 & 22 x 14) by Crabtree (1931) Ltd, Gt Yarmouth. 12.7nhp; 100rhp; 130ihp. 7 knots. Boiler by Cochran & Co (Annan) Ltd, Annan.
3.7.1943: Launched by Richard Dunston Ltd, Thorne (Yard No. 411)
17.8.1943: Registered at Hull, vessel No.72 of 1943.
8.1943: Completed for the Ministry of War Transport, London, (Stanley Lancelot Tottle, Hull, manager at the Ministry).
31.8.1943 until 13.7.1944: Allocated to miscellaneous naval duties
14.7.1944 until 13.8.1944: Undergoing repairs.
14.8.1944: Allocated to miscellaneous naval duties at Fort William until 1946.
4.1946: Owner restyled as the Ministry of Transport, (same manager).
1947: Transferred to the Admiralty and renamed C.702.
14.4.1947: Hull register closed, consequent of transfer to the Admiralty.
12.1963: Sold to Turner & Hickman, Glasgow.
3.1964: Sold to J. A. White & Co, St. Davids, reportedly for demolition.
1969: Sold to Keith Schellenberg, taken to Whitby and laid up.
10.1975: Sold to N & R Walker, London, restored and converted for passenger operations as VIC 32.
19xx: Transferred to The Puffer Preservation Trust.
2006: Re-boilered.
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eddyw
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Registered: November 2007
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Fri, 24 May 19 19:18

Details of sailings here:
http://savethepuffer.co.uk/
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