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INDIAN TRIBUNE at Avonmouth 17.10.70 Malcolm Cranfield.jpg

INDIAN TRIBUNE at Avonmouth 17.10.70 Malcolm Cranfield.jpg

India Steamship Company's recently purchased INDIAN TRIBUNE, built at Greenock in 1963, is seen berthed alongside L Shed in Avonmouth's Old Dock exactly fifty years ago today, on 17th October 1970.

EX - CLAN MACGOWAN - 70

INDIAN TRIBUNE was laid up at Calcutta from 24th May 1984 and broken up 1985

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IMO 5402631 , Dead.
Ship Type : General Cargo Ship.
Dim : Loa / Lpp x Beam - 154.8 / 143.6 x 19.3 mtr.
Built in 1963 by Greenock Dockyard Co Ltd, Greenock United Kingdom as " CLAN MACGOWAN " for King Line Ltd., (Cayzer, Irvine & Company Ltd.as managers) Glasgow Scotland United Kingdom.

Tonnage : grt / nrt / tdw - 8.811 / 4.909 / 12.010.
Main Engine : Wallsend Sulzer 2T 6-Cyl.(760 x 1,550mm) -. 8.500 bhp.

1963 Sold/Transferred to The Clan Line Steamers Ltd (same managers) Glasgow United Kingdom.
1969 Sold/Transferred to King Line Ltd. (same managers) Glasgow United Kingdom.
12/1969 Sold to India Steamship Company Ltd Calcutta India,renamed " INDIAN TRIBUNE ".

06/1985 BU Calcutta [Chaudhary Shipbreaking Co].





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