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HMAS Yarra F07 / D45 at Singapore Dockyard 1964
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No: 1135   Contributor: Ken Watson   Year: 1964   Manufacturer: Unknown   Country: Singapore
HMAS Yarra F07 / D45 at Singapore Dockyard 1964

HMAS Yarra and Parramatta at HM Dockyard,Singapore March 1964.These ships are Improved River Class Frigates built in Australia. See picture #1134 for details.
Picture added on 08 March 2007
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Pennants changed when these ships were re-designated as destroyer escorts.

Added by Ken Watson on 08 March 2007.
Was serving on HMAS Yarra at time photo was taken. Great to see her at her prime.

Added by Ben Saraceni on 07 September 2010.
Hello Ben: Just to the left across the basin was my ship HMCS Fraser, at Singers for the Jet64 SEATO Exercise which Voyager and Melbourne were also to take part in.Good to hear from you. Rgds, Ken Watson

Added by Ken Watson on 07 September 2010.
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