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TommyRob



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Moored at Rochester Buoys in The Medway in 1960 Ethel is discharging paper pulp. Built in 1957 she was 1539 gr tons and was to become Guardian Carrier in 1963.
· Date: Tue, 3 February 15 · Views: 439
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Keywords: Ethel Everard
Source of Image, If not your own: Own Neg
Location photo was taken: Chatham, Kent
Date photo was taken: 1960
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cosmikal
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Registered: May 2006
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Mon, 9 February 15 15:04

discharged the paper pulp on the Seriality in the same place, but that was January 1970 and the discharge took 13 days if I recall correctly.
I believe the cargo went further up the Medway to Aylesford to a paper mill.
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robpau12
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Mon, 9 February 15 21:57

yes there is a paper mill at aylesford, as the 'lady sandera' i sailed on toke china clay from charlstown, up the medway, 3 trips.
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cosmikal
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Tue, 10 February 15 14:29

If I rightly recall it was Thomas Watson that dealt with the cargo, also can you remember the name of the pub that was riverside to this scene ?
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Mon, 20 April 20 17:01

THE SHIP INN.
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