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A sugar cargo arranged in the hold of the Chantala (1950) at the Royal Albert Dock.

A sugar cargo arranged in the hold of the Chantala (1950) at the Royal Albert Dock.
A sugar cargo arranged in the hold of the Chantala (1950) at the Royal Albert Dock.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: H5367
Description: The British India Steam Navigation Company's liner 'Chantala' (1950, 7551 GRT) loaded with cargo at the Royal Albert Dock. She served with the company until 1971 when she was sold to the Pacific International Line of Singapore and renamed 'Kota Sentosa'. The cargo shown above consists of sacks of Tate & Lyle sugar and timber.
Creator: Unknown
Date: October 1966
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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