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    certainly didn't look like this when she was in service,as with all the IOM boats this is their fate.


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    Like I said Oudi...death of a ship.

    No doubt she will be reborn though ie she'll come back into the county as a myriad of power tools from China.

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    Maybe we will take her in New York to go with our sailing ships.

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    No, looked again, far too modern. New York has put millions into restoring the sailing ships for South Street Seaport. I put pics of the Liverpool ship 'Wavertree' up in the spring. She is beautiful now but was a wreck when they found her in South America
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    Thats weird that,Joe...I've been having a look at old postcards of most of the IOM ships and none have wooden structure below the main bridge?


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