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Old 9th September 2008, 22:01
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China Navigation (Butterfield & Swires) River Steamers

I found the following gallery with about five pages of photos of various B & S steamers; all seem to be pre-WW1.

http://chp.ish-lyon.cnrs.fr/Collecti...tent.php?CF=10

Some of you may find them of interest, I certainly do.
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Fascinating site.
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Geoff I found these also very fascinating as the book I have on the early years of Butterfield & Swire has very few pictures of the era.

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good one. 131 pages of photos. Will have to have an in depth look some other time.

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