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GLENGYLE at Gravesend, August 1967.
GLENGYLE at Gravesend, August 1967.

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Hugh Ferguson



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Another of John Callis's photos, taken at Gravesend. The ship would have discharged her homeward London cargo and is leaving for the Continent.
· Date: Tue, 2 January 07 · Views: 477
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alastairjs

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Tue, 2 January 07 09:28

Another beautiful picture of a classic Glen Line freighter, Hugh, wonderful! Built by the Caledon Ship Building & Dry Dock Company, Dundee, in 1939 she was 9,919grt, LOA 507', Breadth 66' 4" and had a service speed of 18 knots. On delivery she was taken over by the Admiralty and converted into a fast supply ship, flying the white ensign as HMS Glengyle. For those interested in her extensive war time exploits try this link: http://www.red-duster.co.uk/GLEN10.htm . You will need to scroll down a little for the history. She briefly became Blue Funnel's Deucalion (5) in October 1970 but only until June of the following year when she was broken up at Kaohsiung.
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David Wilcockson

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Tue, 2 January 07 09:48

Hugh/Alastair
Marvelous photos of as you say `classic` vessels & long may they continue to arrive on SN. I somehow doubt if todays modern box boats will aquire `classic` status in 30/40 years time? Only time will tell, but most have hit every ugly branch on their way down the slips or floating out basin.
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