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  1. Cape Howe

    Cape Howe

    Lyle Shipping's Cape Howe is seen at Tyne Dock BISC Iron Ore Quay, probably 1972. Built 1962 she was 18,832 gr tons and about as good looking as ore carriers get with a very interesting accommodation block. Redevelopment was in the air possibly connected with the new RoRo berth and the sort of plan
  2. Cape Howe

    Cape Howe

  3. CAPE HOWE

    CAPE HOWE

    CAPE HOWE - The Marshall Islands flagged general cargo/multi purpose vessel CAPE HOWE, IMO 8918071. Seen here in the River Derwent bathed in the late afternoon sunshine as she heads to sea following a visit to the port of Hobart, Tasmania to load a cargo of timber veneer, some of which can be seen
  4. CAPE HOWE

    CAPE HOWE

    CAPE HOWE - The Marshall Islands flagged general cargo/multi purpose vessel CAPE HOWE, IMO 8918071. Seen here in the River Derwent as she heads to sea following a visit to the port of Hobart, Tasmania to load a cargo of timber veneer, some of which can be seen on top of the hatches. Pic taken …… 17/
  5. CAPE HOWE

    CAPE HOWE

    CAPE HOWE - The Marshall Islands flagged general cargo/multi purpose vessel CAPE HOWE, IMO 8918071. Seen here in the River Derwent as she heads to sea following a visit to the port of Hobart, Tasmania to load a cargo of timber veneer, some of which can be seen on top of the after hatch. Pic taken ……
  6. CAPE HOWE

    CAPE HOWE

    CAPE HOWE - The Marshall Islands flagged general cargo/multi purpose vessel CAPE HOWE, IMO 8918071. Seen here disembarking her pilot in the River Derwent as she heads to sea following a visit to the port of Hobart, Tasmania to load a cargo of timber veneer, some of which can be seen on top of the h
  7. CAPE HOWE

    CAPE HOWE

    CAPE HOWE – The Marshall Islands flagged general cargo/multi purpose vessel CAPE HOWE, IMO 8918071. Seen here loading timber veneer at Macquarie Wharf #4 in the port of Hobart, Tasmania. Pic taken …… 14/8/10
  8. Cape Howe

    Cape Howe

    Austral Asia Line's CAPE HOWE arriving in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, on Friday, 13 August 2010, to load timber veneer at Macquarie Wharf No.4. She is pictured off the Wrest Point Hotel Casino at Sandy Bay, on the River Derwent.
  9. Cape Howe

    Cape Howe

    Austral Asia Line's CAPE HOWE arriving in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, on Friday, 13 August 2010, to load timber veneer at Macquarie Wharf No.4.
  10. Cape Howe

    Cape Howe

    Austral Asia Line's CAPE HOWE arriving in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, on Friday, 13 August 2010, to load timber veneer at Macquarie Wharf No.4.
  11. Cape Howe

    Cape Howe

    to be updated
  12. Cape Howe 1973/74

    Cape Howe 1973/74

    Me with a top bloke called **** from Castle Douglas, anyone put a last name to him. The bad quality photo full of fingerprints would have been talen in 1974
  13. CAPE HOWE

    CAPE HOWE

    In 60s.For Lyle Sg Co Ltd,built 1943.
  14. Cape Howe

    Cape Howe

    Lyle's "Cape Howe" outbound in the Channel. Completed by Lithgows in 1962 she was 19,032 gross and 27,941 deadweight tons powered by a 5 cylinder B&W of 6,410 bhp to give 12 knots. In 1978 she was sold and renamed "Al Tawwab" and was broken up in China in 1984.
  15. Cape Howe

    Cape Howe

    Seen here berthed at Macquarie Wharf no 2/3 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia unloading and loading contianers and load zinc ingots. This ship was one of the first 3 ships on the Project Asia Service and was later transfered to the Austal Asia Line. The ship has since be replaced and nither service n
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