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Pic was taken by myself way back in 1968 with a Kodak Instamatic loaded with slide film.The slide was scanned and the result amazed me having stood the ravages of time.The supplying ship was R.F.A.Tidepool and the receiving ship was H.M.S. Torquay

Camera:Kodak Instamatic
Lens:built in
Recording media:Kodak 100 ASA
Title:Refueling
Username:Dave_Henderson Dave_Henderson
Uploaded:5 May 2005 - 1:08 PM
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suggsy
suggsy  10
5 May 2005 - 1:12 PM

Was about to comment on the burnt out look, but then i read about how long the photo has been in extistence! Looks almost like a painting. Wow! Great seas, i like it!

Paul

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Gavin
Gavin  9
5 May 2005 - 1:15 PM

Great shot. Is it true they used to send men and supplies down the same line?

Gavin

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Dave_Henderson e2 Member 961 forum postsDave_Henderson vcard United Kingdom
5 May 2005 - 1:18 PM

No Gavin.If transrering men from ship to ship a light jackstay was used.

Dave

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u08mcb
u08mcb  105817 forum posts
5 May 2005 - 1:22 PM

Interesting. A piece of history.

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