david smith
20th July 2004, 16:27
The Shaw Savill "I" class Illyric at Pireaus. Built 1960 11.256gt

david smith
21st July 2004, 12:51
More Illyric pictures, in Drydock at Avonmouth

david smith
21st July 2004, 12:54
More Illyric Drydock pictures and on board in the Pacific.

david smith
25th October 2005, 16:37
The Shaw Savill Illyric - but where?

25th October 2005, 18:19
At Port Chalmers, NZ. The container terminal now covers this area. Reclamation work for it can be seen just beyond the ship.

david smith
25th October 2005, 19:49
Preciesly - And is that hulk of the Edwin Fox or Broxton that was used as a "buffer" for ships entering the drydock? This little port had so much history, not apparent today.

26th October 2005, 07:22
It's the BROXTON, I believe she was buried in the reclamation. EDWIN FOX resides in Picton where she is slowly being restored.

26th October 2005, 12:20
What is the ship in the background of the middle picture? It looks like another SS ship.

david smith
26th October 2005, 12:43
It nis either the Medic or Megantic on the coldstore berth at Avonmouth