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Manxman

Discussion in 'Everything Else Heritage' started by Guest, Jan 18, 2009.

  1. GHWood

    GHWood New Member

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  2. MarkinDurham

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    Sadly, those of us who don't have Yahoo! accounts can't see them, GHWood

    Mark
     
  3. GHWood

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    Sorry, Mark - don't think I can repost them here without breaching the owner's copyright of the pics.
     
  4. MarkinDurham

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    Ah, that's OK. I understand, & I'm sure that someone will post some pics for general viewing at some point. I've seen a few ships broken up; others won't have, of course...

    Cheers
    Mark
     
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    It is indeed. No doubt some of the metal will make another voyage before being recycled into something else though - in the holds of a ship carrying scrap to the Far East...

    Mark
     
  7. stan the man

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    Bloody sad and tragic.......

    Manxman deserved better and should have been saved.

    A very sad day for marine heritage.

    Stan
     

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