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  1. European port

    Possibly Hamburg. Federal's 'Devon' in the middle. Photo I took as going on run ashore after arrival from Melbourne, Aus.
  2. Devon

    Two engineers taking the air Federal's 'Devon' 1968.
  3. SS Devon

    Cadet with lone passenger SS Devon 1968, unknown location.
  4. Devon

    Federal's Devon was a one company ship built on The Clyde by Alexander Stephen & Sons in 1946. She was 9,940 gr tons and is seen here in London's Royal Albert Dock in 1965.
  5. Devon

    SS Devon in Australian port? 1968
  6. Devon

    SS Devon, Indian Ocean 1968
  7. Pride Of Exmouth operated by Stuart Line Cruises

    Pride Of Exmouth just arrived back for a cruise along the jurassic coast from Exmouth to Sidmouth, Devon.
  8. Pride Of Exmouth operated by Stuart Line Cruises

    Pride Of Exmouth just arrived back for a cruise along the jurassic coast from Exmouth to Sidmouth, Devon. She very clean and pleasant to sail on by inclined to roll quite a bit being top heavy and of shallow draft.
  9. Drumbeat of Devon

    Drumbeat of Devon sea fisheries patrol vessel mooring in Lyme Regis, Dorset
  10. Severn Sands

    Severn Sands photographed on 21 June 2010 Beached, stripped and vandalised at Fremington on the river Taw. A sad end for a fine vessel of 1950's Dutch coaster origins. Buily 1960 NV Scheepswerf "westerbrook" v/h JG Broerken - Westerbrock Yard No 158 LOA 51.67 B 9.15 D 4.02...
  11. Devon

    Devon, 9940 grt Built 1946 by A Stephens & Sons Ltd. Glasgow. Owned by Federal Steam Navigation Co. Seen at Avonmouth 22 March 1971
  12. Devon

    Devon
  13. Devon (3)

    Federal Steam Navigation Co.'s "DEVON" of 1946. A product of Alexander Stephens & Sons, Glasgow, she was scrapped in 1971.
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