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Old 15th November 2017, 11:17
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A SLICE OF LIFE AT SEA by George W. Robinson, and available on Amazon, describes his time with Souters and his horrific experience after the Carlton was torpedoed in December 1940.
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Old 15th November 2017, 17:41
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Thanks Ian...will look our for it.

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Old 10th December 2018, 03:19
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Hi again.
Anyone know which yard Stu works with.
Just though I would ask. And bump this back up again JIK any old Souters hand pass through.
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Old 27th February 2019, 21:41
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Hi all

going to bump this back up to the top ..... as I came across this looking for old ships I can remember

anyway my father sailed with Souters from IIRC 1973 till about 1989

so anyone remember Captain Jim Burt ?

I can remember many of the ships mentioned here and many names are very familiar to me too

ATB
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I was on the " Scottish Wasa " Ex Iron Crown , when we were in a collision with the German freezer boat "Rheinelander" in September 1976 . This was on the River Scheldt I think we had a football match against them a few days before . They had oranges at half time .... we had Tennants served by the 2nd Engineers wife (Colin Wright?) and the 2nd Mates wife (Dave and Elizabeth?) Then spent about a month in Antwerp drydock . Will try to upload photos of damage , but my scanner is not too good .
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