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  1. Ship Research
    Good morning Can someone please help me with full details for L.H. Sheldrake of the Bibby Line? Survived sinking of SS Yorkshire in 1939. Believe he died at sea on a run to Rangoon in 1970. Does anyone have a photo of him? Wartime if possible. Cheers James
  2. Herefordshire

    HEREFORDSHIRE was built in 1905 by Harland & Wolff at Belfast with a tonnage of 7182grt, a length of 452ft 4in, a beam of 54ft 4in and a service speed of 15 knots. Sister of the Worcestershire she was launched on 31st August 1905 and completed on 29th November. When the First World War was...
  3. Sirius

    Ok, I need new glasses to take level photos.... A sister ship of the "Athena" which recently caught fire and was abandoned. Fresh put of drydock that morning and alongside at Las Palmas on 12/11/2010. Built in 1994 by Naval Gijon, Gijon, Spain (505), 7,805 g.t. and 5,530 dwt., as ¨Kapitan...
  4. Mates Birthday on the Wiltshire

    Mates birthday on the Wiltshire in Maracaibo in 1975
  5. Wiltshire

    Alongside at Le Havre waiting for butadeine and ammonia after discharging propane in Fos from Ez Zuetinia Libya.We went round light ship then to Cartagena in Spain back to Fos then Houston, Maracaibo,Boston,Maracaibo,Boston,Tenuezen and paid off.
  6. Bibby liner= Staffordshire

    Can anyone put a name to this handsome Bibby liner.

    Liverpool, May 1975
  8. Herefordshire and Al Odailiah

    Liverpool May 1975
  9. Bibby liner=WARWICKSHIRE

    Hong Kong, October 1976 Which one?
  10. Shropshire

    Vittoria Dock, Birkenhead, 1970s. King Line vessel astern.
  11. Worcestershire

    Liverpool, May 1975
  12. Warwickshire

    Bibby Line
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