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The Townsville Star and the Melbourne Star.

The Townsville Star and the Melbourne Star.
The Townsville Star and the Melbourne Star.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: P37414
Description: The Blue Star Line's 'Townsville Star' (1957, 10,632 GRT) and 'Melbourne Star' (1948, 13,179 GRT) in the Royal Docks in August 1964. They were scrapped in 1980 and 1972 respectively.
Creator: Grierson Collection
Date: 4 August 1964
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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