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The P&O liner 'Cathay' (1961, 13,351 GRT) and the Blue Star Line's 'Rhodesia Star' (1948) in the Royal Albert Dock in April 1964. The 'Cathay' was...
The P&O liner 'Carthage' (1931, 14,304 GRT) in the Royal Docks in March 1961. Built by Alexander Stephen & Sons in Glasgow, she was scrapped...
The P&O liner 'Canton' (1938, 15,784 GRT), built by Stephen, Alexander, & Sons Ltd, in the King George V Dock in March 1961. She was scrapped in...
and the tug
The Blue Star Line's refrigerated cargo vessel 'Brasil Star' (1947, 11,610 GRT), built by Cammell Laird, being towed by the tug 'Napia' (1946) in the...
The Shaw, Savill & Albion Line's 'Coptic' (1928, 8281 GRT) in the King George V Dock in March 1963. Built by Swan Hunter, she had collided with...
(1931) in the King George V Dock.
The P&O cargo/passenger liner 'Corfu' (1931, 14,251 GRT) in the Royal Docks in April 1961. Built by Alexander Stephen and Son Ltd. of Glasgow, she...
The Royal Mail Lines vessel 'Darro' (1943, 9733 GRT) in the Royal Albert Dock in March 1963. She was sold and scrapped in 1967.
The Blue Funnel Line's 'Cyclops' (1948, 7,532 GRT)) in the Royal Albert Dock in August 1963. In 1975 she was renamed 'Automedon' and scrapped two...
The Federal Steam Navigation Company's general cargo ship 'Cornwall' (1952, 7583 GRT) in the Royal Docks in October 1962. Built by Alexander Stephen...
The Shaw, Savill & Albion Line's 'Corinthic' (1947, 15,682 GRT) in the Royal Albert Dock in May 1964. Originally a cargo/passenger vessel, in May...
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