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|algmilne on Apr 28, 2012 11:21 (4 years ago)|
|My father (George Milne) served as an engineer on this ship from March to October 1960. Be interesting to find out if anyone is still around that knew him.|
|mtpat10 on Jul 05, 2005 01:02 (11 years ago)|
TEMPLE LANE (7,848/54)
Year Built; 1954
Type: Cargo Ship
Owner: Temple S.S. Co.
Builder: Lithgows (Britain)
7,848 Tons Gross; 10,050 Tons Deadweight
Length Overall: 455 Ft.
Extreme Breadth: 58 Ft
Summer Draught: 33 Ft.
Engine: Diesel Rowan-Doxford 4 Cylinder; 3,600 hp
Speed: 12.5 knots
Comments: Sister ship TEMPLE Hall built by Caledon Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd. Both single screw motor ships with a service speed of 12 knots on 12 tons of boiler fuel a day. The accommodation for officers and crew is of outstanding high quality.
REF: Merchant Ships World Built 1955 Volume III, Adlard Coles Limited
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