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Volume Eight - Pre-Victorian to the present day - more aspects - Pamir and Passat - the end of an era . . .

1949 - 'Passat' in Penarth Roads under tow on the 3rd October heading for Penarth Dock.

   
1949 - The barque 'Pamir' - A view of her moored up in Penarth Dock dated 10th October 1949 with her sails partially unfurled.
   

1949 - 'Passat', and ahead, 'Pamir', moored up at Penarth Dock as seen in two photographs ; one dated 10th October 1949 on the reverse side.

   

1950 - The tug 'Loyal Briton' (which was used in berthing 'Passat') in the lock between the Penarth Dock basin and main dock.

 

 

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