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TommyRob



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France Fenwick's 1927 built Wearmouth 182 gr tons is seen at South Shields in September 1966 in the colours of Tyne Tugs.
· Date: Sat, 21 March 15 · Views: 274
· Filesize: 89.5kb, 94.3kb · Dimensions: 1024 x 654 ·
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Keywords: Wearmouth
Source of Image, If not your own: Own Negative
Location photo was taken: South Shields
Date photo was taken: 09 1966
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derek dee
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Tue, 24 March 15 13:44

just before she went back to sunderland where she was oridgaly built for
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Ozzie
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Registered: July 2007
Location: London
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Tue, 3 March 20 14:51

Houlder tanker to the right of course, she has bridge amidships.

Looks like a Shell tanker to the left but difficult to pick her exact funnel design amongst the staging

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WILLIAM WONG
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Registered: January 2006
Location: Hong Kong
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Wed, 4 March 20 22:34

Yes, a Shell V-boat of 28,000 dwt class either the ' Velletia ' ' Volsella ' or 'Vexilla '

https://www.shipsnostalgia.com/galle...london/cat/503
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Ozzie
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Thu, 5 March 20 06:54

Thanks William and for the link.

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