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April’s mystery ship

This month’s mystery ship is a small coaster, with Cliff, the first part of the name, visible on the stern above her London port of registry. So what was her full name? She is alongside a wharf with numerous cranes, but where is this? Can you provide further details of the ship itself? Which company was she operated by? When and where was she built? Where did she operate, and what was her fate?

Send your answers, including a postal address, via email to sm.ed@kelsey.co.uk

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