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Old 05-04-13, 12:24 PM
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Default Esso Tug Royal Daylight

Has anyone any information on this Esso Tug which i believe worked in the river Thames in the 60s
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Old 05-04-13, 12:38 PM
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Has anyone any information on this Esso Tug which i believe worked in the river Thames in the 60s
Built 1902 by John Stewart & Sons Ltd., Blackwall.
L74.7'. B17.2'. D8.5'. 83grt.
350ihp 2cyl 16"x32"x18"s compound steam engine by builder. ON114830.
2-1902 Launched. 1902 Delivered to Anglo-American Oil Co Ltd., London named Tea Rose.
1906 Renamed Royal Daylight. 19?? Acquired by Esso Petroleum Co Ltd., London. 1955 Scrapped.
http://www.lighteragetugs.co.uk/CREELMAN---ESSO.php (Scroll to the bottom of page)

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