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  1. ALTAIF

    ALTAIF former CAMBRIA at Suez just after delivery from UK and still showing Sealink on hull. Orri Navigation Lines, Jeddah
  2. CAMBRIA

    Seen in Gravesend Reach at the end of the Thames Sailing Barge Match on the 25th June 2016
  3. Cambria

    British Railways Built 1949 by Harland & Wolff 4,970 gross tons, 397 foot x 54 foot, speed @ 21 knots 2,360 passengers in 1st and 2nd Classes
  4. Cambria

    British Railways Employed on Irish Sea Holyhead - Dun Laoghaire route
  5. Cambria

    Cambria, Taking part in the 2013 Thames Sailing Barge Match at Southend.
  6. Cambria

    Possibly the Best Manoeuvre of the Southend Thames Sailing Barge Match, Cambria Cutting a dash round Adieu, Marjorie and Reminder.
  7. Cambria

    Cambria, Taking part in the 2013 Thames Sailing Barge Match at Southend.
  8. Cambria

    The LNWR Holyhead based ferry Cambria from a hand tinted postcard of the period
  9. Cambria

    CAMBRIA in London Royals
  10. Thames Sailing Barge Cambria

    The Cambria relaunched into Faversham Creek, shortly after midday on Monday the 21st March, to complete her fitting out, 100 yards down the Faversham Creek at Iron Wharf. Awaiting Mast’s ,Spreet and leeboards etc.
  11. Thames Sailing Barge Cambria

    The Cambria preparing to be relaunched into Faversham Creek,
  12. Thames Sailing Barge Cambria

    The Cambria relaunched into Faversham Creek, shortly after midday on Monday the 21st March, to complete her fitting out, 100 yards down the Faversham Creek at Iron Wharf. Awaiting Mast’s ,Spreet and leeboards etc.
  13. DSC_003112

    The Cambria as I saw her in September 2010.
  14. Cambria

    the London and North Western Railway ferry Cambria
  15. CAMBRIA

    South West India docks, waiting to load from Clan Macintosh.
  16. CAMBRIA

    Receiving cargo from Clan Mactaggart in one of the London docks. 1970
  17. Cambria, Thames Sailing Barge

    The Thames Sailing Barge Cambria undergoing heavy restoration, Famed as the last British registered vessel to carry a commercial cargo under sail alone until 1970 Once fully restored, CAMBRIA will be used for sail training and educational purposes, thus preserving the vessel and introducing her to a
  18. Cambria, Thames Sailing Barge

    The Thames Sailing Barge Cambria undergoing heavy restoration, Famed as the last British registered vessel to carry a commercial cargo under sail alone until 1970 Once fully restored, CAMBRIA will be used for sail training and educational purposes, thus preserving the vessel and introducing her to a
  19. Cambria (5)

    Cambria 1949-76, At Dun Laoghaire Harbour before 1965. She changed her logo and colours BR/SEALINK in 1965.
  20. Stena Cambria

    POSL Cambria, in P&O Stena colours, swings at Newhaven, mid 1990's.
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