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The Benmhor (1949).

The Benmhor (1949).
The Benmhor (1949).
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: P37215
Description: The Ben Line's 'Benmhor' (7,755 GRT) was built as the 'Penrith Castle' for the Lancashire Shipping Co. Ltd. In 1952, she was bought by the Ben Line and renamed. Shown here at the Royal Victoria Dock surrounded by PLA lighters, she was broken up in 1973.
Creator: Grierson Collection
Date: 22 June 1963
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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