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East German-built Neptun-471/Jobella Type (IMO no 7706770) operated by Fafalios Shipping SA, of Greece
· Date: Fri, 22 February 13 · Views: 143
· Filesize: 195.0kb · Dimensions: 1024 x 713 ·
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Keywords: MYRSINIDI
Location Photo was taken: Gravesend
Date photo was taken: 19/2/1979
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graham atkinson
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Fri, 22 February 13 12:57

Most likely inward bound with Canadian paper from Botwood, she and some sister ships discharged in Blyth in the late 1970s before the onset of roro's

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bobs

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Sat, 23 February 13 03:44

Didn't that funnel marking include the name "Reed"? Ships so liveried used to be a regular sight at Thames Board Mills, Purfleet

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