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Shipwrecks of the british isles vol 2
Posted by: trevor (81.5.186.---)
Date: August 09, 2012 04:17AM

looking for any copy of the book Shipwrecks of the british isles Vol 2
any condition considered and almost any cost

cheers

[deepseatrawlers.co.uk]

Re: Shipwrecks of the british isles vol 2
Posted by: trevor (81.5.186.---)
Date: October 09, 2012 02:04AM

Finally got a copy and for only 60 in excellent condition

It has only took 4 years to get the set

cheers

[deepseatrawlers.co.uk]

Re: Shipwrecks of the british isles vol 2
Posted by: siri (Moderator)
Date: October 28, 2012 05:57AM

Good for you! I didn't realize they were that hard to come by - heard a lot about them though.

Regards Siri
(warsailors.com)

Re: Shipwrecks of the british isles vol 2
Posted by: Romany (---.249.225.49.dyn.cust.vf.net.nz)
Date: January 31, 2018 09:23PM

Hi! I'd be grateful if anybody had any information on the short lived-steam tug Toanui. She was built by Wm Chalmers and Co for service in Gisborne NZ by the Gisborne Sheep Farmers' Co op.harbour and was launched at Rutherglen in 1913. She sailed from Gourock on her maiden voyage in April 1913 and was never heard of again. She came ashore on Seven Rocks off the Cornish coast and debris that came ashore confirmed the catastrophe. She is featured on NZ Workboats [www.tugboats.co.nz] and all we have is an artist's impression that is a little out of proportion. I'd love to know if she is mentioned in the books on shipwrecks.

Re: Shipwrecks of the british isles vol 2
Posted by: siri (Moderator)
Date: February 02, 2018 02:52AM

I think you would have much better luck if you post this query to the Ship Forum, here is the link

[www.warsailors.com]

Regards Siri
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