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  1. Port Stanley 1982

    Port Stanley 1982

    CP Ships class 3 chemical tankers coming alongside in Port Stanley in 1982. My ship the Fort Rouge bringing fresh water to the Fort Toronto in the now peacetime harbour of Port Stanley. Fresh water was pretty important stuff to the ships down there at the time. We were sent to top up the MOD fitt
  2. Egg wisk in green and black?

    Egg wisk in green and black?

    Mv Leicesterbrook, Port Stanley 1983, delivering & launch pad for 2 Army Air Corps Gazelle helecopters + loads of other stuff.
  3. Egg wisk in green & black?

    Egg wisk in green & black?

    Mv Leicesterbrook, Port Stanley 1983, delivering & launch pad for 2 Army Air Corps Gazelle helecopters + loads of other stuff.
  4. Anyone order a small egg wisk in green and black?

    Anyone order a small egg wisk in green and black?

    Mv Leicesterbrook, Port Stanley 1983, delivering & launch pad for 2 Army Air Corps Gazelle helecopters + loads of other stuff.
  5. Anyone order a small egg wisk in green and black?

    Anyone order a small egg wisk in green and black?

    Mv Leicesterbrook, Port Stanley 1983, delivering & launch pad for 2 Army Air Corps Gazelle helecopters + loads of other stuff.
  6. A Submarine in Port Stanley 1983, name unknown.

    A Submarine in Port Stanley 1983, name unknown.

    A Submarine in Port Stanley 1983, name unknown.
  7. Tor Caladonia & a Sub in Port Stanley 1983

    Tor Caladonia & a Sub in Port Stanley 1983

    Tor Caladonia & a Sub Port Stanley 1983, Costels just visible behind the sub.
  8. Port Stanley Cemetary 1983

    Port Stanley Cemetary 1983

    Port Stanley Cemetary 1983
  9. Leicesterbrook / Port Stanley 1983

    Leicesterbrook / Port Stanley 1983

  10. RRS John Biscoe

    RRS John Biscoe

    British Antarctic Survey supply and research vessel RRS “John Biscoe” at Port Stanley, Falkland Islands in 1974. She was launched on June 11th 1956 and named after the English Antarctic explorer who discovered parts of Antarctica in the 1830’s. She operated until 1991 and was eventually scrapped at
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