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  1. Border Thistle

    Border Thistle

    Sailing downstream on the River Tyne
  2. Border Thistle

    Border Thistle

    Making her way down river from Grangemouth.
  3. Border Thistle

    Border Thistle

    Discharging alongside in Inverness. This photo just how beamy these ships actually are. M.T. Border Thistle 3248 grt, 4975 dwt 79.90x17.0x8.96m Max Draft: 6.30m 8-cyl. 4 scsa (255 x 400mm) MaK 8M25 type engine by Caterpiller Motoren GmbH & Co. KG, Kiel. 2,400bhp Damen Bergum (Yd No. 103
  4. Well he looked like this...

    Well he looked like this...

    AB Ronnie Anderson impersonating the C/E. Border Thistle 21/07/05. A Mackem by Birth, the last I'd heard was that Ronnie was living in Thailand. Top bloke. Ex Panocean.
  5. So where does that go?

    So where does that go?

    C/O John McGurk and C/E Arnie Richards in discussion. Border Thistle, 21/07/05.
  6. Messing around with Boats

    Messing around with Boats

    After taking the Freefall lifeboat for a jolly comes the difficult part of getting it back aboard. AB Ronnie Anderson on the left, 2/O Max Gammage on the right and the 2/E in the 'cockpit' trying to manoeuvre. Border Thistle, Inverness Firth, 21/07/05.
  7. Border Thistle at Sea

    Border Thistle at Sea

    Looking down on the labyrinth! 17/07/05, off the Firth of Forth bound for Grangemouth. M.T. Border Thistle 3248 grt, 4975 dwt 79.90x17.0x8.96m Max Draft: 6.30m 8-cyl. 4 scsa (255 x 400mm) MaK 8M25 type engine by Caterpiller Motoren GmbH & Co. KG, Kiel. 2,400bhp Damen Bergum (Yd No. 1036 la
  8. Border Thistle

    Border Thistle

    Making her way up to Grangemouth, one of the recent new trio of oil products vessels for the coastal trade.
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