Here is one for the MSC aficionados ... no doubt they can name the bridge? Looks very cold to me ....smokey and very much as though Rita Tushington might be looking over the scene in the film 'A taste of honey'
BRITISH LOYALTY Isle of Man reg. petroleum products tanker, IMO 9285720, built 2004 in Korea.
Pictured here discharging petroleum products at the Selfs Point oil and gas terminal with Hobarts Tasman Bridge as a backdrop.
Pic taken 11/1/13
An aerial view of the tanker BRITISH LOYALTY and the tug STORM COVE on Wednesday, 19 September 2012, as the BP tanker was arriving in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, and the Self's Point petroleum and gas terminal. The swimming pool is empty.
BRITISH LOYALTY on the River Derwent at Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, on Wednesday, 19 September 2012, on her way to the Self's Point terminal. In the background is BRITISH LIBERTY about to anchor. This may have been the first time that two BP tankers have been in Hobart at the same time.
6.6.1968 Launched by Eriksberg M/V ab, Gothenburg (Yard No 620), fot BP Tanker Co Ltd, 9.1968 Completed. 1981 Sold to Saudi Arabia, and renamed HALA. 1981 Sold to Switzerland, and renamed PETER KIRK. 1986 Sold to Panama and renamed KORTANK. 1992 Sold to United Arab Emirates, and renamed FAL XXVI. 19
27.9.1927 Launched by Palmers Shipbuilding &amp; Iron Co Ltd, Newcastle (Yard No 969) for the British Tanker Co Ltd. 1.1928 Completed. 30.5.1942 Sustained torpedo damage whilst at a position 5 cables from the Antsivana Lighthouse, Diego Suarez, Madagascar. 9.3.1944, Sustained torpedo damage whil