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gadgee



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Lightening off California Oct 1976. Chevron Burnaby 272,000tons into Chevron Frankfurt 78.000tons. This operation would involve steaming around San Clemente Island for over a month.
· Date: Tue, 26 July 05 · Views: 811
· Tags: 3 · Filesize: 44.8kb, 44.9kb · Dimensions: 799 x 554 ·
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Patalavaca

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Mon, 18 September 06 05:32

Paul,
managed to miss this shot until now. I like to see these lightening shots, great memories, thanks .
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Mon, 18 September 06 06:06

Rick
Great for my accompanying wife - whilst I had to stay on board, she was given sightseeing tours of Hollywood etc at Company expense!! (As all the other officer's wives were)

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Mon, 18 September 06 06:46

Cor!
That ain't fair.
The only lightening I ever did was off Biafra. No real comparison. :-(
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Sat, 27 October 18 13:13

I met the Cheveron Frankfurt in Ino Shema dridock, Japan in 1968 when I was on the Gallic Bridge
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