That is the info I have.karbine said:Thanks alot mate,good to have such a useful man like yourself to help (*))
My records show that P.B Everard was the TID 64 is this right?
1944 TID 64, 1946 CLAUDE, 1955 P.B. EVERARD
TID-class (numbered from 1 to 183, no nr 13) (T.I.D.=Tug,Inshore and Dock)
53,59 GRT, 14,47NRT, L21,46m(19,84), B5,30m, D2,23m(2,40) (65.0'x17.0'x7.4')
welded steel, 1 scr, C2cyl by ?? (first 90 coal fired, next oil fired) 36bhp-220ihp, sp 8,5kn
1944 -25/01: Launched by 'Richard Dunston' at Thorne (YN T.473)
1944 -xx/02: completed for the UK MOWT Ministry of War Transport, to naval duties
1945 -xx/12: To unknown in France, renamed CLAUDE
1955: To 'F.T. Everard & Sons Ltd', renamed P.B. EVERARD
1969: for breaking up to 'Stour Salvage Ltd' at Harwich
The first picture looks like the Khurdah.karbine said:I also took these 2 stills from an old movie about 1950 on the Thames,a knights tug and one unknown i cant make out,any ideas?
Thanks in advance
Nothing on the ALBERT and BILLY BENNETT.karbine said:Hi mate instead of keep coming back and asking you i wondered if you have any info on the following:
Port of London Authorities pusher tug BROODBANK & PLA ALBERT
Thames & Medways tug - WARRIOR
The tug ANETKA seen near Tower Bridge inside the Pace fuel barge
Bennets old german pusher tug - BILLY BENNETT
General Marines old tug - DIDO (is she now the tug laying in a poor state on the Millwall slipway near Greenwich pier??)
The William Ryan (is she still about? was the oldest Thames tug at one time,be a shame if she got cut up havent seen her though)
Thanks in advance
Glad to be of help.karbine said:Your a star mate,I knew i remembered that SYDNEY G as the Malta just couldent think if i was right.
The Dido? photo im still looking into. Thanks for the KIERA G thats cleared up a puzzle ive had a few months.
Great photos,is it possible i can use them on my site with credit to you,especially the Syd G one its very good.
There were two TEDDINGTONS owned by Toughs, one built in 1917 and one in 1949. I assume it is the latter one you are after.karbine said:Riverman,
Do you have any information on the tosher "Teddington" once owned by Tough's?