Liverpool/London/Hull

david smith
31st October 2004, 13:50
Not the best of pictures but one of an Ellerman's ship. It is either the City of Hull, City of London or City of Liverpool on the Canadian service. Built in 1970/71 they were of 9,767gt.

tanker
23rd February 2005, 14:50
Ok, but where are the pics ?

AlexBooth
18th January 2007, 03:17
6757Not the best of pictures but one of an Ellerman's ship. It is either the City of Hull, City of London or City of Liverpool on the Canadian service. Built in 1970/71 they were of 9,767gt.


I did three trips on the Hull, her maidan voyage almost round the world, flew us back from St John as she joined the CCL service I then came back and did two more before I left the company. The Liverpool I had on charter under her new (Greek ?) owners out of the St Lawrence/Great lakes in 1987. The London I bumped into a few times around the Cape but since my sailing days never saw her again.
Attached a photo I found of the Hull.
Rgds
Alex Booth

R58484956
18th January 2007, 12:36
Welcome Alex to the SN site you are sure to have many hours of enjoyment and enjoy the banter that goes with it. Bon voyage.

AlexBooth
18th January 2007, 15:19
Thanks alot, I am certainly enjoying the nostalgia, been along time since I've been down this road, feels good.
Cheers
Alex Booth

Pat McCardle
18th January 2007, 23:23
Was City of Canterbury a Sister? She was the 1st ship I had been on, for a good look around, when on a ships visit from Gravesend Sea School. I think she was in Milwall Docks, brand new Jan '77?

AlexBooth
18th January 2007, 23:43
Though she came along after my time she was nof of the Hull class there vwhere only three of them built.
Attached a couple of photos.

thedon59
28th October 2008, 23:46
Was City of Canterbury a Sister? She was the 1st ship I had been on, for a good look around, when on a ships visit from Gravesend Sea School. I think she was in Milwall Docks, brand new Jan '77?


No the Canterbury was of a different class. I sailed on her in '78, my first trip.