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ALEXANDRA TOWING CO., LTD The National Archives

In 1966, the Liverpool Screw Towing Company and its subsidiary, North West Tugs, were added to the Alexandra Group. The company was founded in 1877 by W. Beckett Hill, and seven steam tugs and five motor tugs popularly known as the "Cock Tugs", became part of the Alexandra fleet.…

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The Alexandra Towing Company Limited was established in 1887 and played a leading role in the British towage industry. The company was formed in Liverpool to take over the business of Mr George Bell Cowl and his five tugs, the four ‘Flying’ tugs and the ‘ TURBOT ’ for which they paid £13,000.00.…

ALEXANDRA TOWING COMPANY LIMITED - World Museum

ALEXANDRA TOWING COMPANY LIMITED Founded at Liverpool in 1887, after the takeover of G.B. Cowl's tonnage firm of 1882, with the Mack family and Alexander Bicket (Athel Line) among the major shareholders, it became one of the major towage firms on the Mersey. It took over W. & T. Joliffe & Co. of Liverpool, a tug company founded in 1854.…

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The twentieth century saw the development of larger, more advanced steam tugs and eventually, in the early 1960’s at Swansea, modern diesel-powered tugs. The towage companies operating at Swansea during the twentieth century were the Britannia Steam Towing Company, the Alexandra Towing Company which was taken over by Howard Smith Towing in ...…

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The last tug to be painted in Britannia’s colours was the Alexandra Towing Company tug ‘Trover’, acquired in 1965. Built by Richard Dunston in 1943 as TID 59, the tug was bought by P Carney of Sunderland in 1947 and renamed ‘Sunnyside’. The ‘Trover’ was later sold by Alexandra ……

Alexander Towing - Ships Nostalgia

Apr 29, 2009 · Hi All, Have been away for a while.I'm on about The Alexander Towing Co.My G/Dad was Captain on the "Bramley Moore" before,during and just after WW2.I know he signed his Employment Agreement 26th,June 1926, 6 pound 6 shillings a week.10% bonus on all ships when he was in Command,plus 1 weeks holiday a year.Most of the records were destroyed when the Offices burnt out ……