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n. liddell (sparks)



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One of the three vessels used for disposal of ash from the Stella Power Staion - Tyneside
· Date: Fri, 24 September 10 · Views: 335
· Tags: 1 · Filesize: 75.1kb · Dimensions: 900 x 588 ·
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shipmate17
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Registered: June 2005
Location: wirral
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Fri, 24 September 10 04:36

Hi,
Remember her well, used to stand on the banks of the Tyne watching her and Bobby Shaftoe.
Cheers.
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MNEWBY

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Registered: October 2006
Location: Northumberland
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Fri, 24 September 10 09:43

I hate pictures like this! spent the last halve hour trying to figure out where the pictures was taken, I can not picture where on the Tyne at that time it was taken, OR, maybe not on the Tyne.
Seriously great old picture!

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Mike
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spartan
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Fri, 24 September 10 11:49

Mike no wonder you couldn't fiqure where on the Tyne,the photo is taken at Blyth,Bolkows is on the opposite side of the river
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sider
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Sat, 25 September 10 10:01

the other hoppers name was the Hexhamshire lass
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MNEWBY

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Sat, 25 September 10 13:38

Thanks Spartan

Guess I will put it down to another 'Senior Moment' !
It was the cranes in the scrapyard that puzzled me, also long gone before we moved to Blyth.

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Hamish Mackintosh
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Sat, 25 September 10 16:33

Sailed with a Captain Surtees on the Beeding, Stevie Clarks
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