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Collier Kinnaird Head - Henry and McGregor Ltd
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BlythSpirit



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Registered: December 2006
Location: Blyth
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Berthed at Bates Staith, Blyth,1959.
Built 1944 Graingemouth Dockyard as a Ministy of War Transport.
1946 GLANRHYD, Harries Bros & Co, Swansea.
1948 NOELDALE, Tavistock Shipping Co, London.
1949 KINNAIRD HEAD, Henry & McGregor Ltd, Leith.
1961 BRICK QUINTO, Gino Gardella, Italy.
1976 Scrapped Savona.
· Date: Fri, 9 March 07 · Views: 457
· Filesize: 54.5kb, 54.6kb · Dimensions: 900 x 599 ·
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stein
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Registered: November 2006
Location: Norway
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Thu, 15 March 07 15:04

How much friendlier those yachts look than the chemical products of today. It's tangible technology: you know how to fix things, can consider restructuring this or that with ordinary materials. That clinker-built double-ender with the green topsides I would love to own. Partly so as to redo a couple of things...
Friendly harbour, ships and boats; wonderful picture. Regards Stein.
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balmoral queen
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Fri, 29 May 15 10:48

Ex ship's lifeboats, most likely from the shipbreakers in Blyth.
Regards, Henry
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