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Trinity House Lightvessel No. 78

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kgurd29/10/2007 11:20:00
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I would greatly appreciate any help in obtaining scale drawings of the Trinity House Light vessel No. 78 "CALSHOT SPIT" I've scoured the net but with no success. She was built by J.I. Thorneycroft Ltd at Woolston, Southampton.
 I remember as a kid drawing my bedroom curtains to see the light from this ship every morning and thought it would make a great project.
John Ford13/11/2007 00:28:00
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have you tried the trinity house website they have all sorts of drawings available in pdf format
John Platt01/02/2008 21:54:00
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Hi there.

I thought I had posted this before but it probably got lost in cyber space.

The actual Calshot Spit lightvessel is now on land and an attraction at the Ocean Village Marina in Southampton.

If you go here

You can see a picture of it and other links to get more information about it. 

All the best.


John Platt01/02/2008 21:57:00
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Plus go here

I found this on a google search.


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