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R.& J.H.Rea Ltd's 1958 Alphen built tug FALGARTH is seen passing Avonmouth's south pier on 1st October 1964 inbound with tow either for the lock into Avonmouth Old Dock or for Bristol's City Docks.

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Later: 1981 AETOS - 98 DILEFALOS AETOS - 04 MILOS - 11 KAPETAN NAPOLEON - partly sunk at Nikolopoulos Shipyard, Elefsis 8-8-2019
· Date: Mon, 7 October 19 · Views: 145
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Keywords: FALGARTH
Location photo was taken: Avonmouth
Date photo was taken: 1.10.64
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Stephen Carter
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Mon, 7 October 19 15:47

The tow would appear to be a salvage camel, no doubt being used by the Liverpool and Glasgow Salvage Association in raising and moving the wreck of the tug Kingsgarth by the salvage vessel Dispenser ( seen in next photo).
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CRANFIELD
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Tue, 8 October 19 04:09

Many thanks Stephen, your expert information is very interesting.
Best regards. Malcolm
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