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  1. #31
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    Feel free to use any of my photos, glad to see it's up and running.

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    Thats great Davie. I'm away for a few days with work but i'll atart putting in details as soon as i'm back.

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    Davie, is there any way of adding a list of ports so people can go straight to that one to see the cobles there?

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    Thanks Davie thts great. I'll start posting when I return from being away with work.Cheers

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    For those that are on the list please remember to leave current photos where they are and to upload duplicates into the register gallery as that is a historical list and we want to leave the active fleet list ( and the angling lists ) as is please

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    Ok just put some photos onto it, wondering whether we're wanting one photo for each boat or multiple photos per boat (cos I've got quite a lot of some boats)?

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    If they are taken at the same time then I suppose port , starboard and either a bow or stern photo would be ok. If it shows a different paint scheme then 3 more in that order would be ok as well just so we have a good record of what the boats looked like through their lives.

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    The following is alist of builds from Dawsons, Seahouses of working cobles.
    1947 Vanguard BH134 (coble mule),
    1948 Moonbeam BK253, Elizabeth Taylor SN?, Golden Gleam BK259.
    1949 Margaret Alice BK2, Green Pastures BH7, June Morn BK33, Kathleen BK46.
    1950 Research BK51, Border Queen BK62.
    1954 Barry B SN45.
    1955 Just Reward BK17.
    1960 Violet Stephenson BK124.
    1968? Burncrest SN28.
    1969 Anne B BK257.
    1970 Anne Noble HL26.
    1971 Conquest SD26.
    1976 Eleanor Dawson LH277.
    1979 Supreme ii LH50.
    1987 Ann Noble LH104.
    1988 Helen Esther LH185.
    There was also the unregistered pleasure coble, Faithful, in 1988 for Paul Battey and others of Holy Island.
    Think this list is fairly accurate, altho I am unsure about the year of Burncrest, may have been built a few years earlier. Maybe someone can clarify that. Do know that Burncrest was the only coble built in the open, being too big for the workshop (41' oal).

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    Graham,
    As farmiliar as I was with the "Burncrest " if Paul (Dogsbody) could ask Barry Owens , it was his uncle Joe and Pat Ventress, that had the vessel in Sunderland. he could tell you when it was built. I do know that she had a 72hp lister in her.and forrard accomodation.
    regards .

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    Hi Graham,

    The Burncrest Was Built Between 1961 / 62.

    Cheers, Paul.

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