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

CS Restorer
by Dirk van Oudenol

Note: Dirk van Oudenol's excellent site on CS Restorer is now defunct, but with Dirk's permission I have retrieved his site content and present it here in a format close to the original work.
--Bill Burns
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C.S. Restorer (1902-1951)
Official Number 115947

by Dirk van Oudenol

Third Revised Edition Oct 20, 2004


Credits:
The Cable & Wireless Porthcurno and Collections Trust
Ursula Jupp, wife of Frank M. Jupp, a 27 years veteran and lastly Chief Engineer of C.S. Restorer
National Archives & Records Administration
Ira Flare Fredricksen, a 1943 crew member
E. A. Capstick, grand daughter of Captain William D. Livingston, Master C.S. Restorer 1924-26
Dirk van Oudenol, crew member in 1947 and 1948

Dedicated to all who served on this fine ship in both peacetime and wartime over half a century.

Main Menu
| Home | Contact Email | Prologue | 1901 - 1904 | Joint Reports 1903 - 04 | Early Operations | First World War | Peace | Second World War | 3rd Naval Armed Guard Report | Winter Cable Laying | 11th Naval Armed Guard Report | Peace Again | Home And Back To Work | C.S. Restorer's Final Days Part 1 | C.S. Restorer's Final Days Part 2 | Services Rendered by C.S. Restorer | The End For C.S. Restorer|

Copyright © 2006 Dirk van Oudenol

Copyright © 2009 FTL Design

Last revised: 7 December, 2015

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