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The Moor (1881).

The Moor (1881).
The Moor (1881).
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: P19181
Description: The Union Line's passenger and cargo liner 'Moor' (1881) was built for the South African mail service. By 1900, she was no longer fast enough. She was sold to the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company in March 1901. Two weeks later, she was in the East India Docks in time for the census. She was later used as a cruise ship, and was broken up on 1913.
Creator: Unknown
Date: Post-1894
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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