Herald of Free Enterprise

On 6 Mar 2017 a 30th anniversay service was held in Dover for the Zeebrugge ferry disaster. See Kent Online and Keeping love alive

The second link has a photo of Peter McNeill, son of Lynda Burt, 38, a stewardess from Dover, who lost her life in the tradgedy. Lynda was our 4th cousin.

You can read about the disaster here Wikipedia.

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Herald of Free Enterpise
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Herald_of_Free_Enterprise_after_salvageHerald of Free Enterprise after Salvage
Wikimedia – By Archief Ranter

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