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  1. Amethyst

    Amethyst Rhine River 24 July 2007
  2. Amethyst

    Amethyst Rhine River 24 July 2007
  3. Amethyst

    AMETHYST I was going to ask for ID to confirm it is the AMETHYST but then I remembered the white line on the hull. Is this Tilbury?
  4. HMS Amethyst

    Amethyst (3000 ts) was a third-class protected cruiser launched on Nov. 5th, 1903 by Armstrong-Whitworth Naval Works, Elswick, hull-number 735 and completed in March 1905. Once WW 1 broke out HMS Amethyst was assigned to the Harwich Force and took part in the Battle of Heligoland Bight on Aug. 28th
  5. Amethyest,St John

    Robertsons of Glasgow Amethyst.later converted to Saint John
  6. Amethyst BF 19

  7. Amethyst

    The Greek "Freedom type" m/s AMETHYST, 142,3m/ 10.006gt/ 14kn; 06/1970 completed by Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co. Ltd. (IHI), Tokyo, for Pentelikon Shipping Co., SA., Piraeus, mgrs. Faraos Shipping Co., London; 01/02/1974 just arrived from New Orleans via Lisbon with a cargo of 3.000 ton
  8. Amethyst

    The Greek "Freedom type" m/s AMETHYST, 142,3m/ 10.006gt/ 14kn; 06/1970 completed by Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co. Ltd. (IHI), Tokyo, for Pentelikon Shipping Co., SA., Piraeus, mgrs. Faraos Shipping Co., London; 01/02/1974 just arrived from New Orleans with a full cargo of maize and after
  9. Amethyst

    The Greek "Freedom type" m/s AMETHYST, 142,3m/ 10.006gt/ 14kn; 06/1970 completed by Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co. Ltd. (IHI), Tokyo, for Pentelikon Shipping Co., SA., Piraeus, mgrs. Faraos Shipping Co., London; 01/02/1974 just arrived from New Orleans with a full cargo of maize and after
  10. Amethyst

    The Greek "Freedom type" m/s AMETHYST, 142,3m/ 10.006gt/ 14kn; 06/1970 completed by Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co. Ltd. (IHI), Tokyo, for Pentelikon Shipping Co., SA., Piraeus, mgrs. Faraos Shipping Co., London; 01/02/1974 just arrived from New Orleans with a full cargo of maize and after
  11. Amethyst

    The Liberian owned Amethyst waiting for a berth in Avonmouth's Old Dock to discharge Grain 14 August 1972.
  12. Amethyst Dardanelles and Gallipoli

    Built Armstrong, Elswick, laid down January 1903, completed March 1905. Sold for breaking up at Milford Haven,1/10/1920. Displacement: 3000 tons. Speed: 21.75 Knots. Crew 296. Armament: Twelve 4 -inch Guns, Eight 3 pdr guns and Four machine Guns Two 18-inch Torpedo Tubes. At the start of Aug
  13. AMETHYST

    Seen at Genoa 1986,Japan IHI built with various sisterships named "Friendship type".
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