The Grand Turk firing her guns entering Whitby Harbour

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Comments (10)

Andrey S. Shulgin on May 27, 2010

Great! YS! From Russia with love! Andrey

Neil Grimwood on May 27, 2010

Hello Andrey,my first visitor from Russia, i think.Many thanks for your visit and comment,you are always welcome. Best wishes from England, Neil.

Agneta Bodin on June 28, 2010

Very beatiful ship.

Greetings from Sweden, Agneta

Neil Grimwood on June 28, 2010

Hi Agneta

So nice to hear from you,many thanks for your visit and kind comment.It is a beautiful ship,its a replica,the original was wrecked many years ago,the keel and other remnants are in a Maritime Museum at Charlestown in Cornwall UK.

My best wishes....Neil.

TonyWalker Studio4t1 on July 15, 2010

Great shot of the Grand Turk Neil Grimwood This ship sure gets around.

Neil Grimwood on July 15, 2010

Thanks studio4t1, it does get around, but maybe not to Whitby anymore:-(( A neighbour of ours did a lot of decorative ropework on her,he had to remove it a few weeks ago and said that she had been sold.I hope she comes back,i suppose its a case of,watch this space,or should i say quay!!

Thanks for calling in..Neil.

davidcmc58 on October 1, 2010

Nice one and I like it! Best regards, David

Neil Grimwood on October 1, 2010

Hi David.Thanks for taking the time to visit,and for your kind comment,i got lucky with this,pressed the button at just the right time;-))

Thanks and regards to you...Neil.

beyer99 on March 4, 2011

wonderful shot!!! !!!! LIKE Best greetings a.beyer

Neil Grimwood on March 4, 2011

Thankyou beyer99,if ever you visit North Yorkshire this is one place to add to your visiting list.

Best wishes...Neil.

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