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Record Image
Department Photo
Accession No P16779
Caption Oil tanker, British Grenadier, at unloading jetty, Grangemouth
Date photo taken 23 Feb 1923
Brief Description View of the oil tanker discharging oil at the jetty. The tanker has its engines astern and an island bridge structure. Its paintwork appears to be in poor condition. A large flexible pipe can be seen passing over her side to the aft cargo tanks.
Photographer or Artist Unknown
Subject Notes The jetty has been built out from the quay wall, perhaps to take advantage of deeper water or for safety reasons. The British Grenadier had in an earlier voyage been the first tanker to unload oil at the jetty.
Subject Category Petrochemicals/Chemical Industry
Oil Discharge/Petrochemicals/Chemical Industry
Jetty/Docks; Grangemouth/Transport; Water
Tanker/Ship/Transport; Water
Subject Person Scottish Oils Ltd
British Tanker Company
Subject Place Scottish Oils Jetty/Grangemouth Docks/Grangemouth area
Associated Notes The British Grenadier (6857 tons) was a motor tanker built in 1921 for the British Tanker Company (BTC). She was sunk by U-boat U103 on 22 May 1941. BTC was founded in 1915 by Anglo-Iranian Oil, which became BP.
Grid Ref NS 948 835
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