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  1. DOMINION MONARCH

    DOMINION MONARCH

    Model of the Shaw Savill liner DOMINION MONARCH in the Maritime Museum, Auckland, NZ. Launched 27 Jul 1938 Carried 517 First Class passengers Max speed: 21 knots Broken up in Japan 1962
  2. DOMINION MONARCH

    DOMINION MONARCH

    Model of the Shaw Savill liner DOMINION MONARCH in the Maritime Museum, Auckland, NZ. Launched 27 Jul 1938 Carried 517 First Class passengers Max speed: 21 knots Broken up in Japan 1962
  3. DOMINION MONARCH on the Thames

    DOMINION MONARCH on the Thames

    Nice shot of her in the good old days.
  4. Dominion Monarch

    Dominion Monarch

    Shaw Savill Lines big Motor Vessel Dominion Monarch is shown arriving in Southampton following her return to service after trooping duties in World War 2. Despite her passing in November of 1962, she remains the largest all first class passenger cargo liner ever built. She was known as the Dominio
  5. Dominion Monarch

    Dominion Monarch

    The great Shaw Savill motor liner depicted by Bernard W Church
  6. DOMINION MONARCH

    DOMINION MONARCH

    Wellington 1950's
  7. DOMINION MONARCH

    DOMINION MONARCH

    Wellington 1950's Jorgen Lonn negative
  8. DOMION MONARCH

    DOMION MONARCH

    Wellington 1950 The joy of second hand shops, I picked this up for a dollar. I think the reason for our railways department taking this photo is she was the largest ship on the NZ-UK run at the time. Photo NZ Railways publicity department-no copyright marked on back of print.
  9. Dominion Monarch

    Dominion Monarch

    Dominion Monarch at Capetown
  10. Dominion Monarch, model

    Dominion Monarch, model

    Photo taken at Auckland Maritime Museum, c.2005 Dominion Monarch Built: 1939 Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson, Newcastle Tonnage: 27,155grt In fleet: 1939-1962 1962: Used as floating hotel at Seattle World Fair, later Sold for scrapping in Osaka.
  11. <Dominion Monarch> Swan Hunter

    &lt;Dominion Monarch&gt; Swan Hunter

    January 7th 1939's edition of the I.L.N. - Swan Hunters Achievement (Dominion Monarch) building.
  12. Auckland wharves

    Auckland wharves

    All berths are occupied in this aerial view of the Auckland wharves, 12 December 1957. The cutting identifies the Port Wyndham and Wanganella at Princes wharf (front) and next on Queens wharf the Dominion Monarch. The other eleven vessels are not identified.
  13. Dominion Monarch

    Dominion Monarch

    'The Dom'. The greatest passenger/cargo ship ever built to trade to New Zealand the &quot;Dominion Monarch&quot; is seen on her last visi to Lyttelton in February 1962.
  14. Dominion Monarch

    Dominion Monarch

    Shaw Savill Line, This is how she looked before her beauty treatment to look like she dose In Doug Rogers Gallery. Doug, I prefare yours.
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