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Picture No 194. Courtesy of John Duguid Ross .
Year: 1911

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Invergordon Harbour

'View of Invergordon Harbour showing admiralty oiler arriving with oil fuel for the fleet. Other vessels are discharging steel plates for the erection of new oil tanks at Invergordon'. Although this is the description written on the back of the photograph, Duguid rarely dated them, so the date is a guess.
Picture added on 15 September 2005.

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Were the RFA vessels not always "Grey Funnel Line" colours?
Added by * on 18 September 2005.

Sorry, Pat. We don't know. The information we have was written by Duguid, Press Photographer on the back of the photograph.
Added by * on 18 September 2005.

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