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Historical Database : Bristol Channel, UK
The Tucker family were Cardiff tug owners who had sold their business after the First World War and moved into the Bristol Channel excursion trade with the purchase of two steamers from the Furness Railway Company. The new "Yellow Funnel" fleet was in operation for the 1919 season. The company maintined a presence on the Channel for three seasons before succumbing to the Campbell's domination. To compound the victory, the two paddlers were purchased by the Campbells. They also operated the small screw vessel Robina
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