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Lightship that helped to save the lives of thousands during the D Day landings

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The owner of the ship wants a top prize for it. I offered scrap prize as it cost a lot to salvage and restore it.

There is a bit of hope left for it I guess.

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although I totally understand the history of this particular vessel and applaud the fella trying to save her.. ....there is one very similar to this one ...( at least to my eyes) for sale in gloucester docks .....in very good condition and very useable and it's been for sale for about 2 years so far with no takers.....

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https://steveconway.wordpress.com/in-print/the-book/seagull/the-jenni-baynton-at-sea/ I can see some options with three 1KW medium wave antennas and even a inverted V shortwave antenna :) .. but OK, I got offered one for sale six years ago that needed a new wood deck on the inside for £50K with a house boat mooring. Things are only worth the money that a buyer is prepared to fork out for it.

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