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lezzers
10th November 2009, 03:36
anyone know where i can get a copy of the above named book?
i'v searched every where
lezzers

earlsferry
10th November 2009, 07:31
anyone know where i can get a copy of the above named book?
i'v searched every where
lezzers

if you get any answers to your request please let me know (earlsferry)

mackem1946
10th November 2009, 22:53
If this is the one by Hamish Barber I hope you have better luck than me. I've been trying to buy it for about 18 months through Amazon and all the other book companies. No one can get hold of a copy. I've odered it 4 or 5 times and they all come back and say we'll keep trying. My last try took about 4 months. Somebody out there must know where there is a copy or two in a local bookshop. I'm in Australia ,or I would have been personally scouring all the shops in Scotland by now.

airds
11th November 2009, 00:33
Is it not a self-published effort? But tried Mclaren Books Helensburgh? He maybe able to help.

"Thirty Years of trading has firmly established us as the leading dealers in Naval, Maritime, and Yachting books in Scotland."

http://www.mclarenbooks.co.uk/

Shoreheid
14th November 2009, 15:52
It is published by Booksurge, LLC, North Charleston, USA. a self publishiing arm of Amazon in 2005. Some illustrations are a copies of copies and so could be a better quality, however............ref. is. ISBN 1-4196-2002-9. I got my copy from an America dealer.

Email me on personal message if you are still having difficulties.

Shoreheid

Connaught II FR131
6th March 2010, 03:42
Hi,

Anyone know where i can get the plans or GA drawings for the Campbeltown 87's? I was after the Connaught built in 1986.

Any info would be great.

Thanks

Davie Tait
6th March 2010, 19:55
Give Jim Pottinger a PM I think he drew up plans for the 87 class

http://www.trawlerphotos.co.uk/forums/member.php?u=105