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City of Durban
(1954) entering the West India Dock.
The 'City of Durban' (1954) was built by Vickers Armstrong Ltd. Here she is entering the West India Dock. She was one of the last of the deep sea...
City of Corinth
The 'City of Corinth' (1898) was built for George Smith & Sons, who ran services to India and Africa, and became part of the Ellerman City Line...
The 'Capulet' (1874), a short sea general cargo vessel belonging to the General Steam Navigation Company. She made regular trips between London and...
In December 1883 the liner ‘Baron Aberdare’ (1874), which had carried emigrants out to New Zealand, capsized at the entrance to the Royal...
City of Exeter
The Ellerman Lines' passenger vessel 'City of Exeter' (1953, 13,350 GRT) in the West India Dock with the tug 'Racia' (1938). The 'City of Exeter'...
City of Port Elizabeth
The Ellerman Lines' 'City of Port Elizabeth' (1952) in October 1962. She could carry 100 first-class passengers on the service from London to South...
, 104 Guns, until recently lying off Greenwich.
The Seamen's Hospital Society was founded in 1821 to care for sick and injured seafarers in the Merchant Navy. Until 1871, the work of the Society...
The 'Delphic' (1897) was owned by the White Star Line. At 8,273 tons, she was easily the largest ship in the inner London docks at the time of the...
City of Verviers
The short sea cargo steamer 'City of Verviers' (1875), owned by D.C. Thomas & Son. She was in the London Docks during the census of March 1901.
(1899) in 1934.
The 'Ayamonte' (1899) was built as the 'Strauss' for the Argo Line, which ran services between Bremen and Hamburg and London, Leith and Hull. As the...
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