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The A team.
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The A team.

Nigg Ferry 1975/6
L/R James Doul, James Anderson, "Buller" Mackay,and the late Bertie Barnes.

Must be going to work, Bertie's piece bag looks full.
Picture added on 08 July 2010 at 22:50
Comments:
Hi John Jones again from Cardiff, my brother Stephan and my mate Nobby Williams worked in the stores with Buller, if you could call it work?
Added by John Jones on 20 July 2010
we worked in the stores

Added by Robert Williams on 07 November 2010
Hi John Jones again, I was actually speaking to my brother last night in the club about this and he put me right, they did not work in the stores, they used to set up the LN6 welding machines also with another fella called Donnie Mcloud, hope I spelled it right, Oh! my brother also say's hello to Rachael Roberts from Alness who was one of the Hi Fab girls.
Added by John Jones on 08 November 2010
Now there's a motly crew indeed! How Nigg was won. Rosemarkie's J.doull, J.Anderson, B.Barnes Cromarty's Buller Mackay. The show must go on folks!
Added by JOHN REDDIGAN on 11 May 2013
To use a quote by the renouned sandy jack. The day will come when there will be a pub at the end of every Dreel. Your good health ridders. have you heard from the owl lately.
Added by Davy Jones on 22 May 2013
What has happened to my Cromarty connection. was it something I wrote?. no comments confirmed for a while. no profound statements from the mystery Cromarty haf'leen'has something happened to davy jones?. shame we were doing so well. end of a beautiful relationship. over & out. nae mair comments.
Added by JOHN REDDIGAN on 07 June 2013
John you missed the clue two comments back
Added by Davy Jones on 12 June 2013
Aw that`s a pity John. It only takes a minute or two to reply to a comment, after someone has taken the time to post it. Come on folkies!
Added by Dorothy Ewen (robertson) on 13 June 2013
Steven Jones and myself were the first a team in Nigg Bay. We used to set up all the ln6 welding machines all over the dry dock.
Added by Robert Williams on 15 June 2013
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