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HOLMSIDE off Montreal on 29-Sep-69 by René Beauchamp

René seeks identification of her charterer from the funnel colours with which she had been painted in 1967
· Date: Tue, 20 August 19 · Views: 294
· Filesize: 27.1kb, 334.3kb · Dimensions: 1024 x 677 ·
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Keywords: HOLMSIDE
Source of Image, If not your own: René Beauchamp
Location Photo was taken: Montreal
Date photo was taken: 29.9.69
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granty
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Registered: March 2008
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Tue, 20 August 19 16:31

Hi
Good looking Vessel I think she would look better if her Bow was a little bit higher
Granty
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Neil McInnes

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Registered: June 2005
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Tue, 20 August 19 17:43

I think she was Burnett shipping from Georgie land, seen her in the lakes 64.
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CRANFIELD
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Wed, 21 August 19 03:50

thanks Neil, the issue is that she was here painted up with an unknown charterer's funnel colours.
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capkelly
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Wed, 21 August 19 14:50

Burnett Steamship Co. Newcastle, later Burnett-Chapman owned by Federal Commerce of Canada, so the funnel colours could be a subsidary of Fed.Com. the house colours was a yellow band on a black funnel.
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CRANFIELD
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Thu, 22 August 19 04:33

Capkelly - many thanks for your comment.

My first thought was also that the funnel colours may be of a subsidary of Fed.Com. but as she had those colours back in 1967, two years before the purchase of Burnett by Federal Commerce, it is thought that the charterer may have been an independent company, albeit possibly Canadian.

Best regards. Malcolm Cranfield
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