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Hello S/N Members

Could anyone help me find out more about this ship shown at the end of the you tube video showing life on the tyne in the what I guess to be the 1950's

Any info would be appreciated gents.


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I get the message "Video Unavailable" when I try to play that back via SN. Can you please post the URL for the video so that I can try another route?
 

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Apologies, I found the URL and that links to the video. See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rb794EwJitU&feature=youtu.be"]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rb794EwJitU&feature=youtube
 

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THOMAS GOULDEN.grt 3332.built 1955 by Hall Russell.Aberdeen.for North Thames Gasboard.London.renamed 1968 BRICK OTTAVO.scrapped La Spezia 3.11.1983.
 

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THOMAS GOULDEN (1955 - 1968)
O.N. 186225. 3,332g. 1,678n. 4,564d. 339.0 x 46.4 x 20.1 feet.
T.3-cyl. (19”, 31” and 54” x 39”) by the North Eastern Marine Engineering Company (1938) Limited, Sunderland. 310 NHP. 10½ knots.
1.7.1954: Launched by Hall, Russell and Company Limited, Aberdeen (Yard No. 837).
15.4.1955: Registered at London; Vessel No. 65 of 1955.
4.1955: Completed for the North Thames Gas Board, (Stephenson Clarke Limited managers), London.
1.4.1968: Managers renamed Stephenson Clarke Shipping Limited
1968: Sold to Gino Gardella, Genoa, Italy and renamed BRICK OTIAVO.
3.11.1983: De. Co. Mar. Societa commenced demolition at La Spezia.
 
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