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Tal-Ħandaq Nostalgia

Memories of the Royal Naval School, Malta, 1947 - 1978.

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Ron Leeman & Steve Bolster1128 viewsA comparison of now and then.1 commentsronthecoolone
Kalafrana, Summer 1961 - Parents1125 views2nd left is Bill Day, cannot recall the others. Great shot across the bay.3 commentsdeco.rise
3BG 19581125 views1 commentsRubia
Tigne Barracks1121 viewsThe Royal Garrison Artillery prepares to leave for Ghajn Tuffieha Camp.
Courtesy of Malta and British Army Infantry Regiments by Bonnici and Cassar. HERE
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The old Medical Block, Tigne Barracks, Wed 2nd Aug 19891121 viewsDavid Robinson
Prefects 19601120 viewsPrefect
Beach Party mid 50s1114 viewsWho is the volunteer to be buried ?
jane Banks
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At the Jukebox1113 viewsDot who came over for the summer of 1959, me Sheila Weekes and Lorraine Eaton at Balluta Bay Juke Box cafe 1 commentsSheila Evans
HMS St Angelo1113 viewsFort St Angelo18 commentsPrefect
6 General 19601110 viewsJean Day (Miles)
TH and RAF Luqa1108 views4 commentsbernardhoctor
Unpacking the School1108 viewsJuly 1972. Cdr Law assisted by a team of volunteers with 400 boxes. Full account now in the 1973 Magazine.4 commentsPrefect
Pat Sawyer, Marie Allen and Susan Johns.1104 viewsSchool Club outing to Miltary Bay. March 1961
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Raising a submarine in Msida Creek ca 1958 ©1097 viewsPhoto by (Miss) Barbara Kernahan6 commentsOldBat
The St Julians Crowd 19621097 views Back row: Tony Bulbeck, Mike Neil, Mike Milne. Middle Row: "Fred" Melton, Brendan Breslin, Chris Hannant, Chris Gibbins, Peter Searle, Stuart Herridge. Front Row: Rod Casey, John Spensley, Susan Waugh, Rosemary Dearden. Picture Courtesy of Phyllis HannanTex Brown
3A in the Physics Lab 19691096 viewsIn the foreground Judy Walters, Sue Paton, Chris Sinson, Jane Page, Shirley Cooper, Johnny Woodhams, Lynne Saunders, Lynne Daniells.
From Chris Fairwood
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M J Vingoe1095 viewsTrainee conductor (failed inhale whistle test). 3 commentsMartin Powell
1093 viewsIan Proctor, Brian Jackson, Frank Jackson, Allison Bigden, John Clark. I think we're at Tigne and it must be 1963/1964.abigden
Outside the wine Bar Sliema1084 viewsCarol, Helen, Debbie, Kathy, Sylv & the guy who owned the barHelmal
Diane ?, Marie Allen, Susan Smith. 1961.1083 viewsMarie AllenMarie Allen
Ron Leeman & Tony Hampson - 19661080 views1 commentsronthecoolone
Phyllis's Last Swim in 19631079 viewsWith Willy Forbes-HunterTex Brown
Sliema Cafe Crowd 1965-661079 views1 commentsDugmore
Safi Youth Club 19781079 viewsHeidi Hipperson and Debbie Smeeton2 commentsKevin Perkin
Going Ashore1077 views"Educational" cruise to Istanbul, 1966, in Devonia, formerly the troopship Devonshire.5 commentsPrefect
Gloster Sea Gladiator Mark I, N5520.1077 viewsprobably while being flown by No. 261 Squadron RAF at Ta Kali
© IWM (ZZZ 3915E)
Hal Far Fighter Flight
Trip to Sicily/Mount Etna 12 April '571076 viewsLeader Mr Basil Cleaver.
An account of this trip can be found in the R N School Magazine '57
jane Banks
Link to Account
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Girls Netball Team 1965-661075 viewsFront Line L to R:- Jp Mogridge. Ganor Hamley and Sally Rathmell. Middle top : Robina Hopkinson. Any ideas on who the others are?2 commentsDugmore
Swimming Sports at Manoel Island1074 viewsMalcolm ShyklesPrefect
Staff 19581074 views6 commentsPrefect
Whaler Trip April 6-9 1963 1071 viewsSetting off from St Angelo Camber.
Photos from Brian Fuller/Jon Haylock.
The trip took four days in all and the first was spent in reaching up the coast to Paradise Bay where we camped for the night. On the second morning we sailed from Paradise Bay to Mgarr in Gozo via the South and North Comino Channels.
After lunch at Mgarr we reached down to Golden Bay where we said adios to Cdr. Des Clayes and camped for the night. On the third morning we were joined by Mr. McGillivray and Mr. Ratcliff and ran down to Benghisa Point (via Filfla) and then we pulled up to the R.A.F.S.C. at Marsaxlokk — a mere 11 miles. After a relatively peaceful night under a real roof, we tacked out of the bay to Delimara Point and then ran up the coast to Grand Harbour which we reached just after lunch.

Daphne Wye1069 viewsOn her roof at Senglea.3 commentsPrefect
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