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Empire Mac Mahon
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1943 to 1960
|Mandy Norris||steward||1950 to 1951|
|Glyn Howell||apprentice||1952 to 1953|
|George Bell||apprentice||1953 to 1954|
|Peter Newbery||3rd engineer||1954 to 1955|
|Eric Norman Sweeney||5th engineer||1955|
|Tony Watson||deck apprentice||1955|
|John E Coulthard||5th engineer||1955 to 1957|
|02/04/2014 - 15:26||Nick Charlton||
I believe my Grandfather was the Captain of this ship for a time.
|05/19/2009 - 22:20||Jim Rollinson||
My anecdote about Naninia and the explosion is incorrect please ignore it. A senior moment I guess.
I joined Naninia in Singapore in June 1956 as 4th engineer and spent all my time with her in the Pacific and on the Australian coast. With a Chinese crew food was good and she was a very happy ship. I left her in March 1957 after 15months away as I had transferred from TES Trigonosemus in june 1956.
|05/19/2009 - 21:16||Jim Rollinson||
boarded along with two other engineers in South Atlantic after boiler explosion.