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Topic review - Tug Phil Milroy
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  Post subject:  Re: Tug Phil Milroy  Reply with quote
Contact Leroy Kolenda, Yard Supt'd there. If he doesn't know, he could ask some the old timers. Though, I remember when this new owner's group (Capstan Companies)bought the yard and assets a lot of that old iron was scrapped.
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Im looking for photos of the old tug Phil Milroy. She sat on land at Fraser Shipyards for awhile with the tugs.
Post Posted: June 13, 2021, 12:11 am

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