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Pottingshedmike

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Fri, 26 April 19 08:33

South American Saint Lines St Essylt or St Thomas
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CRANFIELD
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Fri, 26 April 19 09:04

it would help to know the photo date to prove which ship
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Chris Isaac

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Fri, 26 April 19 13:36

It looks a very short name so probably St John

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David Wilcockson

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Fri, 26 April 19 14:45

I would agree with Chris, but just to stir things, I think the photo has been flipped, as the St. seems to be the last word!
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Pottingshedmike

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Fri, 26 April 19 16:56

I don't think it's St John, starboard windows differ below bridge
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jmilcon
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Mon, 29 April 19 03:33

I agree with Pottingshedmike, the attached link to WikiSwire shows St Thomas as Yochow in China Navigation Co colours in the mid-sixties. She and the St Essylt were sold to CNCo in 1965. http://wikiswire.com/w/images/7/70/C..._1965-1971.jpg
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graham_t
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Tue, 30 April 19 08:39

I'm sure it's St John. Look at the vertical struts (not sure if that's the correct term) that run between the boat deck to the main deck. In the photo above they are fairly regularly spaced but in St Essylt and St Thomas they were not and there were more of them with 3 doubles (see pic of Yoochow). St Rosario was very different, of course
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jmilcon
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Thu, 2 May 19 01:37

graham_t
I think you are correct with regard to Yochow/St Thomas. Herewith link to Yunnan/St Essylt http://wikiswire.com/w/images/a/a4/Yunnan_IV_crop.jpg
which shows superstructure between boat deck and main deck similar to the photograph above in this post. So I'm guessing now St Essylt or St John (not having much luck finding a photo of St John on line).
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jmilcon
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Thu, 2 May 19 01:39

Found this in Ship's Nostalgia of all places https://www.shipsnostalgia.com/attac...2&d=1141733284
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Thu, 2 May 19 01:46

Having just read Chris Isaac's profile St John might the correct id.
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