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3 Responses to Chief’s Engine Moving Photos

  1. carol tamlyn mclean says:

    My father was captain on the Chief! Robert Tamlyn, my brother was Chief engineer, my husband was a fireman and my little brother also worked on there!! So knowing that a part of the ship is being saved means a lot to me!!!

    • Doug Taylor says:

      Carol,

      The Ships Crew List shows (Robert E. Tamlyn 1968 – 70) as a Master. It shows (Robert T. Tamlyn 1975 – 79) as an Engineer. Please tell me who was who and also what is your husbands name with middle initial and was his only job a fireman. Also what is your younger brothers name with middle initial and what was his job title.

      I’m making a Master Crew List, so I need to know all the little details.

      Thanks, Doug Taylor

      • Robert T. Tamly says:

        Hi Doug,
        I am Robert T. Tamlyn and I was Chief on the “Chief” from about 1974 to 1978. I had a total of about 15 years on the “Chief”, starting as a coal passer in the winter of 1964. My father, Robert E. was the Captain until his untimely passing in1970. My brother Mike, worked as a fireman and my brother-in-law, Kevin McLean also worked on the “Chief” as a fireman.
        I am really excited to see that something will be done with this engine as far as preserving it and some local history. I have assisted the Wisconsin Maritme Musem in Manitowoc with their restoration of the forward engine off the “Chief” and if I can be of any help to you, let me know.

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