Shetland News shetnews.co.uk 28 Apr, 2021 11:00 am

Retiring Jack bids farewell to Papa Stour ferry

Retiring Jack bids farewell to Papa Stour ferry
A FAMILIAR face on the Papa Stour ferry is retiring from his job as engineer after nearly 30 years in the role. Jack Robertson joined the ferry back in 1993 and on Sunday he finished his last shift, met by family at the pier at West Burrafirth. The 74-year-old said he has really...

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Photo: John Coutts A FAMILIAR face on the Papa Stour ferry is retiring from his job as engineer after nearly 30 years in the role.” It takes around 35 minutes to travel by ferry to Papa Stour, with the route connecting to the Shetland mainland at West Burrafirth.

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