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Gustaf Erikson and his ships

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The Archibald Russell (1905) in the Millwall Docks.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: P70354
Description: The ‘Archibald Russell’ (1905, 2354 GRT) in the Millwall Docks in July 1930. Built at Greenock in 1905 for John Hardie & Son, she was active in many long-distance trades, carrying Australian wheat, South American nitrates and guano, Welsh coal and Scandinavian timber and many other goods. Sold to a Finnish line in 1923, she was finally broken up in 1949.
Creator: Unknown
Date: 26 July 1930
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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