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Photographer:Ben [View profile]Title:St OlafAdded:Mar 26, 2006
Captured:IMO:UnavailableHits:711
Photo Category: Tugs
Description:
Ex:1956 ST. OLAF, 1980 G.P. MCCANN, 1986 ST. OLAF
Operator: "Humphery & Grey (Lighterage) Ltd", London
37 GRT, (56'x16')
Machinery:1 scr, diesel, 360bhp-268kW
BP: 4.5t

ST. OLAF
1956: Built by "P.K. Harris & Sons Ltd" at Appledore (GBR) (YN 66)
1956: delivered to "B. Jacob & Sons Ltd" at London (GBR)
196x: To "Humphrey & Grey (Lighterage) Ltd" at London (GBR)
1980: To "McCann Tugs Ltd" ("M Tugs Ltd") at London (GBR), renamed G.P. McCANN
1986: chartered to "Fleetwood Tugs Ltd" at Fleetwood (GBR), re-renamed ST. OLAF
199x: To "Hampson Marine Towing" at Fleetwood (GBR)
1999: To R. Jones at Reading (GBR)
19xx: To "General Marine" (GBR)

Seen on the shore near Cherry Garden Pier,not sure why,been there a while.
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Photo copyright karbine @ riverthames.co.nr
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John Jones on Mar 27, 2006 20:32 (12 years ago)
Yes Karbine,
upon further inspection she definitely looks to be converted to 'houseboat' use with the window boxes, gas bottle and water butt.
Fair play to her residents, what a magnificent piece of Thames history to live aboard. Her hull appears to be in remarkable condition for her age, I'm sure she could have many more years working on the water so should provide a good home for some time to come. Great stuff.
regards
John J.
Ben on Mar 27, 2006 16:33 (12 years ago)
Yea shes a great tug mate. Im guessing shes going to be a house boat soon due to the plants and bored up windows to stop kids smashing them.

Shes been there quite a while though and havent seen anyone on it :-?
John Jones on Mar 27, 2006 08:06 (12 years ago)
Nice to see her still in one piece and back under her original name Karbine. Saw her lots in her Humphery & Grey days.
Not too sure about the window boxes though 8-)
regards
John J.
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