Yep I tried everything already,even with a magnifying glass[big], but noway to recognize anything.Therefor posted them here, and most of all to share these very oldies, piccies must be very curiously.Got squinted eyes by now from all the hours looking at those.
There looks like 2 names on the bow and as Peter says nearest he can come up with is Counties Ship Management.
Could it be Mulberry Hill launched in Dec 1943 as Fort Brunswick scrapped in Split in 1966 or
Denmark Hill launched May 1944 scrapped in Taiwan 1968
The only earlier one was Tower Hill but no details
She, I would guess, goes back further than WWII.
In the back of my mind, when I look at the funnel colours, I think of Sir Joseph Isherwood and his Arcform design or his longitudinal framing. He, I think, had, for a short time, a line of steamships with a similar funnel logo, but that's a wild guess.
She looks well found. Strictly a cargo ship (two boats), but she has an awning on the fo'c'sle. The Admiralty Cap (?) is distintive. Coal burning, with a hatch trunked behind the bridge?