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Two lifeboats - c1950
Picture added on 18 November 2003
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There's a 'dent' in the harbour just around the corner from where these lifeboats are. I think it dates from the 50s? Anyone know what caused this? I believe that a large vessel ran into the harbour, but what the circumstances were I don't know.
Added by colin dunn on 20 November 2003
Think it was a dredger moored alongside the harbour that damaged it but i maybe wrong. I can remember one breaking loose it came up on the beach just outside my mum & dads house at 39 Bayview when I was young.
Added by Paul Shepherd on 29 November 2003
Having looked at this photo again, I 'd say it was the arrival day of Lilla Marras to Cromarty in 1955.
I identify myself, middle of trio, on the starboard side of L.M.
on 22 March 2006
I think the damage was caused by some hopper barges that were anchored of the harbour and one broke loose.
on 26 March 2006
The older lifeboat on the left is not thre James McFee but an older 45ft 0in single screw Watson from the Reserve fleet. Can you remember which boat she is Clem and what she was doing there? Presumably she was on passage.
Added by Tim Kirton on 19 April 2006
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