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  1. Daniel McAllister

    Daniel McAllister

    One of the oldest tugboats in Canada, the Daniel McAllister is also an eloquent testament to the Old Port's commercial history. Now anchored in the basin between Locks 1 and 2, this well-known workhorse served for many years first on the Atlantic coast and then on the Great Lakes. Its last assignmen
  2. Daniel McAllister

    Daniel McAllister

    One of the oldest tugboats in Canada, the Daniel McAllister is also an eloquent testament to the Old Port's commercial history. Now anchored in the basin between Locks 1 and 2, this well-known workhorse served for many years first on the Atlantic coast and then on the Great Lakes. Its last assignmen
  3. Flying Spray

    Flying Spray

  4. Scot

    Scot

  5. Sea Griffon

    Sea Griffon

  6. Thunderer

    Thunderer

  7. Typhoon

    Typhoon

  8. Daniel McAllister

    Daniel McAllister

    One of the oldest tugboats in Canada (1907), the Daniel McAllister is also an eloquent testament to the Old Port's commercial history. Now anchored in the basin between Locks 1 and 2 in Montreal Canada's Old-Port, this well-known workhorse served for many years first on the Atlantic coast and then o
  9. lighteridge tug REGAIN

    lighteridge tug REGAIN

    Regain is the first true ‘lighterage’ tug to be built for use on London’s river since 1966.....Operated by Cory Environmental....pool of London 08.09.2005
  10. MT Fearnought

    MT Fearnought

    A nice way to spend a sunday afternoon..she is part of the south eastern tug society..... Photo taken on the medway on the 28.08.2005
  11. Water Haigh

    Water Haigh

    Photo taken on the river medway on the 28.08.2005
  12. tug redcliffe

    tug redcliffe

    Redcliffe, taken at gravesend 2003
  13. Napia

    Napia

    tugboat Napia taken at woolwich june 2005
  14. Meeching

    Meeching

    Another shot of her on her first day at Newhaven. An impressive bow wave at 13 knots.
  15. MT Meeching

    MT Meeching

    This is Meeching one her first day at Newhaven. No work for her yet, and no tyre fenders either. The man at the wheel is either Capt. Fred Holden, or my Dad, Capt. Frank Gilbert.
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