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A.D.FROST



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This is entitled 'Wimbledon leaves Barclay Curles yard 1958'.But if you look at the ship at her stern,she is a SSL Britanic class vessel(bt.1967).Ship on stocks PORT CHALMERS(Alex.Stephes)
· Date: Tue, 6 November 12 · Views: 394
· Filesize: 223.5kb · Dimensions: 927 x 558 ·
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Keywords: Wimbledon
Source of Image, If not your own: Robert Lloyd painting
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captain61

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Registered: August 2009
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Tue, 6 November 12 05:44

Great painting
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Donald E. Meek
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Registered: February 2008
Location: Falkirk
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Tue, 6 November 12 07:34

Splendid painting. Donald.
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ray morgan
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Registered: April 2009
Location: Bootle
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Tue, 6 November 12 07:45

Remember having a drink aboard her as the "Port Wimbledon",in Freemantle,also seen her in Liverpool a few times as "Swat".One of the Crew must have painted "Swat" on the sheds at West Huskisson I think its still visible.
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Fairfield

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Tue, 6 November 12 07:58

Bit of artistic licence certainly but a marvellous painting.
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Don A.Macleod
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Registered: July 2004
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Tue, 6 November 12 09:59

Lovely ship, helped build her till she sailed. A brilliant painting to those of us who appreciate maritime art. Another fine product from Barcaly Curles.
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