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  1. #1
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    Default Servicing AtoNs in the Thames Estuary

    Last edited by tillergirl; 04-09-19 at 15:57.
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    Default Re: Servicing AtoNs in the Thames Estuary

    excellent

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    Default Re: Servicing AtoNs in the Thames Estuary

    Quote Originally Posted by Aquaboy View Post
    excellent
    +1

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    Default Re: Servicing AtoNs in the Thames Estuary

    Thanks for those.
    Not all who wander are lost

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    Default Re: Servicing AtoNs in the Thames Estuary

    I'll have to make the effort to talk like the narrator of Pathe films

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    Default Re: Servicing AtoNs in the Thames Estuary

    Here about the Goodwins - eek: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s33UMPiGCeE
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    Default Re: Servicing AtoNs in the Thames Estuary

    Wow... That takes me back to my pre-school days living in Penzance. My granddad used to take me out for a walk most days and appeared to know "everyone". One of the regular visits was to the TH depot which was there at the time (closed in the late 60's/early 70's) and walking around among buoys etc. The TH tender was initially the vertical stack steamer "Satellite" which was fairly soon changed to the MV Stella...

    Incredible...
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    Default Re: Servicing AtoNs in the Thames Estuary

    Some methodology hasn't changed:

    Trinty House 1 2011 022 by Roger Gaspar, on Flickr

    Spot the helm:

    Trinty House 1 2011 020 by Roger Gaspar, on Flickr
    Last edited by tillergirl; 05-09-19 at 11:57.
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    Default Re: Servicing AtoNs in the Thames Estuary

    Thanks for posting.

    This may be worth a look :-

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b2gRN2CYFmE
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