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Galatea

 

The Trinity House vessel Galatea takes a break from servicing lighthouses and navigation aids around the coast and moors in Liverpool for a couple of days earlier in the week.

 

Also moored are two of the Liverpool Pilot boats and the Fire and Rescue RIB catching the evening sun.

 

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Galatea

 

The Trinity House vessel Galatea takes a break from servicing lighthouses and navigation aids around the coast and moors in Liverpool for a couple of days earlier in the week.

 

Also moored are two of the Liverpool Pilot boats and the Fire and Rescue RIB catching the evening sun.

 

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comments (5)

I always enjoy your Liverpool boat pictures Les
Les Auld: Thanks Bill, I will keep posting them, trying to record the passing ship life of Liverpool.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 8 Jul 2011, 07:46
This is a treffic composition with those orange craft moored where they are Les
Les Auld: They are always there Chris, the pilots never seem to sleep. Thanks for the comment.
  • vintage
  • Australia
  • 8 Jul 2011, 10:28
And to think that whole dock is floating,Love the colours
Les Auld: Be a bit difficult to use if it was rigid Vintage smile thanks for the comment.
  • Chad Doveton
  • Where latitude and longitude meet.
  • 8 Jul 2011, 11:06
Have you seen Terence Davies 'Of time and the city' about his view of Liverpool over the decades of his life Les?
Les Auld: I have indeed Chad, a classic view of the city and many scenes that I recognise from my early years. Thanks for the comment.
A nice evening shot Les.
Les Auld: And a nice evening Brian, thanks for the comment.

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