STOREBROR (TID 180)

STOREBROR (TID 180)

Postby Poyntonian » Wed Nov 06, 2013 7:41 pm

Having a profile somewhat different from her original, here's the former TID 180 (YN 299) of 1946 as STOREBROR at Southampton, 9/7/2005.
1946: CEMENT 7, A/S Christiana Cementfabrik, Norway.
1958: KRANFJORD, Risor Traemasse-fabrik, Norway; later Kaarbos M/V A/S, Norway.
1964: STOREBROR, B P Norse Marine Ltd (Jan Ellingsen), Southampton.
Had a major re-build & modernisation in 1969, and I believe she is still working in the Solent.
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Re: STOREBROR (TID 180)

Postby magoonigal » Wed Nov 06, 2013 11:31 pm

Southampton June 2008.
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Re: STOREBROR (TID 180)

Postby Patrick Hill » Sat Jul 16, 2016 6:43 am

Storebror at Portsmouth 28/06/16

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Re: STOREBROR (TID 180)

Postby wreckmaster » Sat Jul 16, 2016 12:04 pm

Could I have permission to use any of these photos on the http://www.sunderlandships.com/ web site ? .
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Re: STOREBROR (TID 180)

Postby Patrick Hill » Sat Jul 16, 2016 4:41 pm

wreckmaster wrote:Could I have permission to use any of these photos on the http://www.sunderlandships.com/ web site ? .


Can use mine with credit :)
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Re: STOREBROR (TID 180)

Postby wreckmaster » Sun Jul 17, 2016 9:25 pm

Thanks Patrick
See it here http://sunderlandships.com/view.php?ref=156658
I also have her full history from Bill Harvey , will get it updated later .
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Re: STOREBROR (TID 180)

Postby tidesman » Sun Mar 05, 2017 12:33 pm

T.I.D. 180 c/s GBJV
O.N. 181138. 54g. 0n. 65.0 x 17.0 x 7.4 feet.
Post 1969: 52.37g.
C.2-cyl. (12½” and 26” x 18”) by John Dickinson and Sons Ltd., Sunderland. Boiler by Barclay, Curle and Co. Ltd., Whiteinch, Glasgow. Oil fuel. 220 IHP. 8½ knots.
Post 1969: TR-HS-435A type diesel by Motorenwerke Mannheim (MWM) with controllable pitch propeller. 825bhp-606.61kW. 11.2 knots.
3.4.1946: (Ministry Job No. A/MS/1389) launched by Wm. Pickersgill and Son Ltd., Sunderland (Yard No. 299) for the Ministry of War Transport, London, (Stanley Lancelot Tottle, Hull, manager at the Ministry).
4.1946: Owners restyled as the Ministry of Transport, (Stanley Lancelot Tottle, Hull, manager at the Ministry).
25.10.1946: Registered at Sunderland, vessel No.21 of 1946.
21.11.1946: Completed.
1947: Sold to A/S Christiana Portland Cementfabrik, Oslo, and renamed CEMENT 7.
1958: Sold to Risör Traemassefabriker, Oslo and renamed KRANFJORD.
1964: Sold to Kaarbos M/V A/S, Oslo, and renamed STOREBROR.
1969: Rebuilt, re-engined and modernised, given aluminium wheelhouse.
2001: Sold to Griffin Towage and Marine (John Everleigh), Southampton.
2002: Sold to B P Norse Marine Ltd (Jan Ellingson), Southampton.
2015: Still with Jan Ellingson.
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