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London July 2003
· Date: Tue, 4 October 05 · Views: 250
· Tags: 1 · Filesize: 57.1kb, 57.2kb · Dimensions: 800 x 532 ·
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Bob S
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Registered: July 2004
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Tue, 4 October 05 14:40

Looks a lot better here than her present blue livery.

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EMMESSTEE
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Tue, 18 October 05 07:44

Robert -

Couldn't agree with you more!!

Mike.

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tom sheriff
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Registered: October 2010
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Mon, 4 October 10 05:06

This is how I remember her in pre war days in LMS service. Upstream of the Queen Mary is moored the St Katherine the only passenger vessel owned and operated by the Port of London Authority; she was used as an inspection vessel and took passengers from Tower Pier to look at the ships in the Royal Docks; she came in for repairs to Harland & Wolff's Surrey Docks repair yard. She had been built by Phillip & Sons at Dartmouth c1929/30, and was propelled by two totally enclosed triple expansion steam engines by Phillip & Sons; her coal fired scotch boiler had forced draught, and electricity was generated by a Greenwood & Batley steam turbine driven dynamo. Sadly she is not mentioned in the Historical Ships Listing and nobody seems to know any thing about her, I am sure that she must have gone to Dunkirk. She is at present in service as a floating Thia Restaurant, not as pristene as she was in her PLA days, a sad end for a neat little craft.
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