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  1. FURNESS BRIDGE fitting out

    This is the first of the series of 150000dwt OBOs fitting out at Haverton Hill. She was completed in July 1971 for Furness Withy.
  2. Furness Bridge

    Furness Bridge, on the the river clyde, 1971
  3. cable car, table mountain

    with some of the crew from the furness bridge, heading up table mountain, capetown. 1971
  4. Norman Ross, Furness Bridge

    me (on the left) with norman ross on the furness bridge, indian ocean, 1971
  5. furness bridge, painting the funnel

    painting the funnel on the furness bridge, capetown, 1971
  6. furness bridge

    furness bridge, maiden voyage, capetown, 1971
  7. furness bridge, self-portrait, on the anchor

    I had the other deck boy snap this picture of me on one of the anchors. Somewhere in the Indian Ocean during the maiden voyage.
  8. furness bridge, self-portrait, spare screw

    During the maiden voyage, i took this photograph of myself sitting on the spare screw. i don't know the name of the galley boy standing beside the screw.
  9. furness bridge, self-portrait, ras tanura

    Roddy MacInnes, and the Furness Bridge at Ras Tanura, during her naiden voyage, Jan, 1972.
  10. furness bridge, ras tanura

    this photo was taken on her maiden voyage, January 1972, at the terminal, Ras Tanura, Saudi Arabia
  11. Furness Bridge

    This photo was taken on her maiden voyage from Greenock to the persian Gulf, December 1971, off the Canary Islands.

    The lead ship of the class of 150000dwt ore/oil carriers built on Tees-side by the Furness yard at Haverton Hill. This was a controversial series of ships which included LIVERPOOL BRIDGE, later DERBYSHIRE. This was taken at Greenock in July 1971 when FURNESS BRIDGE arrived from the Tees- why I...
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