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  1. CERAMIC

    CERAMIC

    CERAMIC : IMO: 1135474 Built : 1913 by Harland and Wolff, Belfast, UK(Yard NO. 432) as CERAMIC GRT: 18481 / DWT: 19140 Dimensions: Length (oa) 199.67 metres x Beam 21.2 metres Machinery: Triple Screw : Outer screws driven by Triple-Expansion Steam Engines / Centre Screw driven by Low Pressure Tu
  2. Ceramic

    Ceramic

    One of the much loved big four of Shaw Savill, the Cammell Laird built Ceramic lies in London's Royal Victoria Dock in 1971. Built 1948 she was 15,896 gr tons.
  3. Ceramic

    Ceramic

    Shaw Saville's Ceramic is seen at one of the Royal Mail berths in the Royal Victoria Dock London. Built by Cammell Laird in 1948 she was 15,896 gr tons.
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    CERAMIC

    Wellington 1967
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    CERAMIC

    UK 1960's Jorgen Lonn negative
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    CERAMIC

    Dover Straits 1960's Photogrpah by Skyfotos no copyright noted on back of print
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    Ceramic

    Ceramic 1948 15986t builder Cammell Laird/Birkenhead broken up Tamise 1972
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    CERAMIC

    Auckland 1966 Built 1948 for SSA. 1972 broken up Tamise.
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    CERAMIC

    Shaw Savill and Albion's 1948 Cammell Laird built CERAMIC was photographed by the late Dick Parsons. She arrived at Tamise in June 1972 to be broken up
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    CERAMIC

    Shaw Savill and Albion's 1948 Cammell Laird built CERAMIC was photographed by the late Dick Parsons at Avonmouth, possibly in June 1970. She arrived at Tamise in June 1972 to be broken up
  11. Ceramic

    Ceramic

    The 15, 700 tons Ceramic when launching at Birkenhead for Shaw Saville in 1948 From a magazine in my collection dated to 1948
  12. Ceramic

    Ceramic

    The "Ceramic" arriving at Lyttelton in 1961.
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