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Contributed by 
David Moreland
People in story: 
Rusell Moreland
Location of story: 
Firth Of Clyde
Article ID: 
A1324234
Contributed on: 
07 October 2003

My Uncle tells the story how my Father and he where siting watching the Invison fleet sail from the Clyde to RV with the rest of the fleet in the channel and that My father could name every ship that sailed passed and they watched them sail past all day.

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