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Stuart Smith



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Engineering apprentice Stuart Smith trying to look cool while perched on a pile of wood. I probably looked like Guy Fawlkes.

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· Date: Sat, 26 March 05 · Views: 636
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R798780

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Sat, 7 May 05 03:09

Didn't this ship have an inert gas generator?

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Stuart Smith

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Sat, 7 May 05 18:59

Hugh
Can't remember details like that, I've slept since.
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R798780

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Sun, 8 May 05 02:18

And MacGreggor hatches - perhaps they had a Sulzer tucked away somewhere?

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Doug Rogers
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Sun, 8 May 05 02:39

Or was he the inert gas generator??
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Sun, 8 May 05 18:03

macgreggor what a company they have taught english all over the world , in the ship yard i work in the last three macgreggor machanics were a scouse a glaswegian and a gordie , the newcastle lad used to tell our boss every afternoon that he was going to take the dog for a walk , after a couple of weeks the boss asked him what breed was the dog , he was told its a broon , when they mentioned it to me i fell down laughing
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