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My Memories

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Relaxing in my bedroom at home on leave.

 

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On the near side of the table left to right is Lee, Dave Kirchin and my now wife Jen. On the far side of the table opposite Jen is her cousin Jude (was Wright, now Garbutt)

  

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This is on Nevasa 1974 just before the news of her demise was released.

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Jasper Sheedy, Cousin Jude, Alex Morton, ??

  

Ian Brunton reckons the third engineer on the right is AW Logan.

Ian writes;

I never knew him as any thing other than Paddy, yes he was Irish. He was a Nevasa and Roger Marshall fan.

  

Harbo adds;

This is indeed Alan Logan, he lived next door to me on Nevasa and was on 12-4 when I joined. Everyone kept saying to me, "You must know Paddy, he's from Belfast" Right! When I eventually bumped into him about a week after I joined, turns out I did, we went to the same school (he was a few years ahead of me and we both lived in East Belfast). He was very handy on the old bagpipes. The last I heard he was a professor at the University of Ulster.

  

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On local leave in Western Australia 1975 ... The Gap!

 

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That body is still under there somewhere.

 

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Alan Conlin joined us in Perth on local leave, this was taken at cousin Jude's parent's place in Booragoon for a good old Aussie BBQ.

 

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Leave over ... isn't it nice P&O sent the Big O to Fremantle to pick us up?

TT

 

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Brilliant days.

TT

   

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Norway.

 

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Amazing times!

TT

   

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Me and my "old" mate Toby Tompkins who I don't think likes me anymore :-(

 

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Me and Toby with a Pax.

 

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Me and Toby with a Pax.

 

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Pago obviously with the O in the background.

 

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Speedy & Toby.

 

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Speedy with now wife Gaye taken post P&O on a camping holiday in Scotland late '76 ... some great stories of pub lock-ins on that trip.

 

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