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IAN M



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Registered: January 2009
Location: ST ANDREWS, SCOTLAND
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Taken in Singapore when homeward bound in December, 1949.
· Date: Thu, 26 September 13 · Views: 318
· Tags: 1 · Filesize: 79.6kb, 79.6kb · Dimensions: 1023 x 584 ·
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Keywords: GLENGARRY
Location Photo was taken: SINGAPORE
Date photo was taken: 1949
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makko

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Registered: July 2006
Location: Mexico City
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Thu, 26 September 13 13:12

Which are the Blueys astern? A really great picture Ian, thanks for posting!
Rgds.
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KYRENIA
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Registered: August 2007
Location: Brentwood/North Cyprus
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Fri, 27 September 13 02:47

Ship astern seems to have a cowl top funnel,(did a Bluey have this?) Furthest ship could be another Glen?
Cheers, John.
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WILLIAM WONG
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Registered: January 2006
Location: Hong Kong
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Fri, 27 September 13 05:52

Not much pre-war built blueys were left with by the end of 1949, few possibilities were ' Agamemnon, Asphalion, Sarpedon, Machaon, Nestor, Menthestheus ( may be some others more), which one could it be ?

No clues for the far end one but if she is a bluey then would go for the ' Calchas class ' ( just a guess )

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David Wilcockson

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Fri, 27 September 13 06:32

Vessel furthest from camera could be either Peleus or Pyrrhus.
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