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Old 25th May 2005, 18:01
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I am about to start writing the History of The Glen and Shire Line and while I do have many pictures including some of the very early 1800s Sailing vessels,I would like to invite /request you to scan and E Mail any you may have and would like to see included in the site when it is put up following Blue Funnel. N.S.M.O. Straits Steamship. Mansfields. This will just about complete the Blue Funnel/Glen Line Group on which is run by ex Merchant Seamen for Merchant Seamen and their Families as is this great site.

It is expected to take 18 months to 2 years to complete the project.

Please scan at 700 Pix and send to [email protected] marking the subject line Glen Line. Don't forget to give your name as you would like it shown in the credit.

We do have researchers working on this project in Singapore, China and Australia, but anybody is welcome to contribute in order that History of these great Lines will be there for future generations.
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Old 29th September 2006, 18:24
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Sir, See my contribution in the "gallery" of the GLENROY in K.G.v dock, 1952.
Yours, Hugh Ferguson. (3rd & 2nd mate of her for 2 years)
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Old 9th October 2006, 18:38
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May I suggest that before you get to involved you have a look at the book 'Glen and Shire Lines' by Malcolm Cooper, Bill Harvey and Bill Laxton, Published by Ships In Focus.
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