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20 Jul
5:11pm, 20 Jul 2019
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GregP
Designed
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7:53pm, 20 Jul 2019
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pedroscalls
1843 The Steamship (SS) Great Britian is launched, designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel,is the first ocean going C with an iron hull OSP and the largest vessel afloat in the World 
20 Jul
9:39pm, 20 Jul 2019
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Raemond
Craft?

(having grown up in Bristol and had the story of the great Britain drilled into me from an early age I feel like I really should know this...)
20 Jul
9:41pm, 20 Jul 2019
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pedroscalls
1843 The Steamship (SS) Great Britian is launched, designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel,is the first ocean going craft with an iron hull OSP and the largest vessel afloat in the World
20 Jul
10:10pm, 20 Jul 2019
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GregP
Suspect the SP might be screw propeller but the O in that case eludes me
20 Jul
10:24pm, 20 Jul 2019
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GlennR
Steel plates
20 Jul
10:37pm, 20 Jul 2019
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Dvorak
Of sledge parts, Brenda
20 Jul
10:46pm, 20 Jul 2019
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GlennR
Don’t call me Reg.
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11:00pm, 20 Jul 2019
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Dvorak
All aboard :-)
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12:28am, 21 Jul 2019
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pedroscalls
1843 The Steamship (SS) Great Britain is launched, designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel,is the first ocean going craft with an iron hull O screw propeller and the largest vessel afloat in the World.

GregP you were right with screw propeller, the O is a simple word

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