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History of the Atlantic Cable & Undersea Communications
from the first submarine cable of 1850 to the worldwide fiber optic network

Clyde Puffers
by Bill Glover

CLYDE PUFFERS

INVERCLOY (1) (not illustrated)

Spent WW1 at Scapa Flow assisting Monarch (2) and then Hodder.

GLENCLOY

Cable duties at Scapa Flow during WW2 including laying cables to the islands and Naval bases.

Glencoy

GLENARAY

1956 Laid the Oban, Scotland, shore ends of TAT 1

Glenaray

INVERCLOY (2)

Laid a number of short cables between the Scottish Islands. Scrapped in 1967.

Invercloy (2)


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Last revised: 11 September, 2011

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