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Dave Lever, previously of Manchester Liner's navigation dept. and soon to retire from the Canadian Coastguard, has provided this site for previous seagoers of this fine British company at  http://www.manchesterliners.co.uk/

I am an ex British MN R/O and Electronics Officer,
and have written about my experiences on my own Web page to be found at  
www.philpott.de.
 
 

 
 
 
FORT PERCH ROCK at New Brighton, Wirral has a new website and will be of interest to ship lovers, ex R/O's and MN people in general.
Go to 
http://www.fortperchrockmarineradiomuseum.co.uk
John Hudson, M0CMW ex MN R/O.

Stamp collectors please click here for John Sefton's excellent site exhibiting SHIPS and STAMPS with descriptions and history.

Ex Port Line employees are very welcome at Don Ramsey's web site regarding reunions etc.

For a look at the River Mersey and it's ships of today please click here for Alan Faulkner's site.

Enjoy the talents of marine artist David Wingate on this site. The son of the Chairman of the Straits Steamship Company in Singapore, David Wingate was born in Johor Bahru Malaysia. Educated initially in the Far East in Penang and Singapore, he was then sent to boarding schools in England, making the long journey back to Singapore for school holidays twice a year. All through his education he showed a flair for the Arts, later pursuing photography with a passion.

Please click here for a great nostalgic site including many pics. of former shipmates who sailed in the glory days with LONDON & OVERSEAS FREIGHTERS by Roy Gerstner.

For an interesting site covering the history of CLYDE PUFFERS please click here. The site is in the process of being compiled by Stuart Kidd.

SHIPS GALORE is the best way to describe this great site put together by Tony/G3VDZ. Live video clips, disasters at sea, sailing ships naval & merchant vessels,liners to puffers etc. make this site a must for viewing.

For P & O fans please click here for a company dedicated site created and maintained by Steve Borrill. Steve served as an engineer officer with the company and is now living in Australia. Information was kindly provided by another ex P & O company man, Alan Mackenzie.

Did you ever wonder where those great Lykes Liners and Moore MacCormack ships went? Well, some of them are here along with many others. Check it out. Lots of great pictures to sit back and enjoy. Click here for an excellent site put together by Hurol Hekimbasi dedicated to both his uncle and grandfather who sailed for many years aboard vessels of both the Turkish and American merchant fleets.

Please click here for Malcolm's RED DUSTER site. Possibly the best location on the web for a comprehensive collection of merchant navy memorabilia including an opportunity to register and contact ex ship mates.

Please click here for another interesting site for merchant navy enthusiasts by Brian Probetts. This great site offers an opportunity to trace old ship mates as well as provide excellent reminders of classic ships now only a memory.

Please click here for a truly externsive collection of great ship photography. Be prepared to spend some time at this excellent site created by Leon Van Duivendijk of Bruinisse, Netherlands.

Please click here for Ron Mapplebeck's site entitled TEESHIPS. Great ships and a variety of interesting nautical topics.

Please click here for information regarding the Association of Marine Electronics & Radio ex. students (AMERES). This organisation has been in existence for 23 years keeping Radio/Electronics officers from Northern Ireland in touch with one another.

Please click here for a United States perspective on marine radio on the Maritime Radio Historical Society web site.

Please click here for the TITANIC/MGY radio site

Please click here for a commemorative site concerning the sinking of R.M.S. TITANIC.

Please click here for the official site of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary Service.

Please click here for David Bolton's site depicting more vessels of the RFA service plus interesting and humorous anecdotes.

Please click here for more comprehensive information regarding British India Steam Navigation Co.

Please click here for an excellent site covering the history and pictorials of ELDER DEMPSTER provided by Mike Ingham, ex purser, Elder Dempster & Canadian Pacific.

Please click here for Don Ramsey's PORT LINE site for information concerning the Reunion Association of former Port Line employees.

Please click here for Graham Wallace's site which will be of particular interest to ex BP tankermen, especially engineers.

Please click here for some interesting and entertaining anecdotes related to one of the finest British companies of a bygone era, Alfred Holt's BLUE FUNNEL LINE.

Please click here for Ian Russell's web site which offers more information and pictures of BLUE FUNNEL and GLEN LINE vessels.

Please click here for an interesting site by Bryan Richards. Bryans ships are listed along with images taken during his time at sea.

Please click here for Peter Steven's site for all fans of Cunard's "Green Goddess", the beautiful CARONIA.

Please click here for Nelson Oliver's site dedicated site covering the EMPRESS OF ASIA. The ship was bombed entering Singapore harbour on February 5th. 1942.

Please click here for Carol's site providing excellent information on both the BRITANIS and the AMERIKANIS

Click here for an interesting site by Jonathan Kinghorn entitled the ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE.

Click here for an extensive site created by Mike Roussel. Lots of current shipping info.here with great historical interest also.

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