Just For Pets Superstore US Map & Phone & Address

Just For Pets Superstore US Map & Phone & Address

10 Sylvan St, Peabody; (508) 531-7387

299 Mishawum Rd. Wobum; (617) 938-7387 Petco

119 First St, Cambridge; (617) 868-3474

12 Middle St. Plymouth; (508)746-5688

12 Linscott Rd. Wobum; (617) 938-7966

Pet Supply Depot

15 Stockwell Dr. Avon; (508) 580-1706

820 Providence Hwy. (Rte. 1), Dedham; (617) 320-9700

1376 Washington St. (Rte. 53), Hanover; (617) 826-4400

395 Worcester Rd. (Rte. 9), Natick; (508) 651-9229

682 Broadway (Rte. 1 North), Saugus; (617) 231-2088

759 Broadway (Rte. 1 South), Saugus; (617) 231-3331

75 Linden St, Waltham; (617) 736-0200

545 Washington St. Weymouth; (617)331-3388

And other suburban locations


170 Pearl St, Braintree; (617) 849-6100

Crossroads Center, Burlington; (617) 270-3545

Just For Pets Superstore US Map & Phone & Address Photo Gallery

The brave women waded out waist deep into the sea and by their gallant efforts the lifeboat was got afloat. The committee of management awarded Coxswain George Cromarty a bar to the silver medal of the Institution which he already had, and awarded bronze medals to the second coxswain and bowman, as well as special monetary awards to all of the crew of the lifeboat, for the rescue of the James B. Graham. The wreck was lying in a dangerous position among the rocks and the remnants of an old wreck. The lifeboat made three attempts and spent more than three hours attempting to get through the rocks, eventually succeeding in rescuing the trawler’s crew. The trawler broke up and became a total loss. On 24 July 1925 the Yewdale was in ballast and en route from Lerwick to Blyth when she grounded on Goswick’s notorious Sand Ridge. The number two RNLI lifeboat at Holy Island was launched and rescued the nine crew members. On 20 October 1925 the vessel was refloated and subsequently sold for demolition. The Yewdale was an iron- and steel-hulled 477-ton steam cargo vessel, completed as Yard No. 79 by Scott and Co. Bowling, near Glasgow in September 1890; she was launched as the Olivine for William Robertson, Glasgow on 15 August 1890. She measured 50.34 m in length, with a 7.94-m beam and a 3.27-m draught. The single screw was powered by a 60-hp, three-cylinder triple expansion steam engine that used one boiler. Muir and Houston, Glasgow manufactured the machinery. In 1900 she was renamed Yewdale by her new owner, J. S.

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