One seems to be at the 'James Laing' yard & the other at the 'Joseph L. A correspondent has suggested that the image, of 'Laing's Bend', dates to the 1930s, before Laings built their main berth launching downstream. Per 1 (Miramar, link, you now must be registered to access). Gayner, of Sunderland, who I now see still owned the vessel in 1908/09 per Lloyd's Register ('LR'). 1910, the vessel was dismasted off La Plata, Argentina, & was towed in that condition into Pernambuco, now Recife, Brazil, ii) that in Mar. Kirsten), of Hamburg, since the vessel was sold by them, in 1898, to 'Deutsche Dampfschifffahrts-Gesellschaft Kosmos' (DDG Kosmos), also of Hamburg. The nearest island was 2 miles distant & at dawn a scouting party went to the island & sought help from 4 Maldivians gathering coconuts. It also was engaged, however, in other areas, including the carriage of cotton & grain from New Orleans, likely to Manchester.
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I turned up to Camera which is a great venue and dated 15 women, not all of them were my type but it was really nice to chat to them as they are all genuinely nice women.
Fortunately he was able to grab to arm of a man nearby – he appeared to be his bodyguard.
It's worth mentioning that the website can show how many local bikers before registering. we both love bikes he has a 75 shovelhead and I like riding. I can find like-minded people to share the interest.