TATTERSHALL CASTLE - IMO 5353804
|Photographer:||John Jones [View profile]||Title:||TATTERSHALL CASTLE||Added:||Sep 25, 2007|
|Captured:||May 17, 2005||IMO:||5353804||Hits:||1,350|
|Location:||London, United Kingdom|
||Steam Ships (Operating and Preserved)|
|556 g.t. built in 1934 by Wm. Gray & Co. Ltd. at West Hartlepool for the London & North Eastern Railway's Hull to New Holland ferry, a service that she carried out right up until 1972 when the Humber Bridge was under construction.
She is now a thriving pub on London's Victoria Embankment where she is seen on 17/5/05.
|Vessel type:||Floating Hotel/restaurant|
|Gross tonnage:||556 tons|
|Summer DWT:||92 tons|
Photo Comments (4)
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Quite a change between your two pictures (1980 and 2005) and many would think not for the better.
Kent, Haha! No, this is a bit too far from the office, meeting room 3 is unfortunately on dry land, but that's probably an aid to safety on departure :pint:
John, Would this be meeting room number 3 :-? |
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Nice........ Invites to vacationing in that area..... |
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