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  1. Elder Dempster

    Elder Dempster

  2. ONDO

    ONDO

    Does any one recognise it.I thought it was the Flying Enterprise but she went over on her port side.
  3. Demodocus Middies

    Demodocus Middies

    All six Demodocus Middies posing for the photographer before going through the Suez Canal on April 2nd. 1965. A motley crew, but so well-dressed!
  4. Loading logs

    Loading logs

    Homeward bound - loading logs onto the Egori at Tema, Ghana.
  5. Donga

    Donga

    Ready to start loading from log-raft alongside.
  6. Donga

    Donga

    Donga, ready to load from log raft alongside. Not sure what port.
  7. Salaverry

    Salaverry

    I thought this was OWERRI but looking at other photos she is quite different. I think this is an Elder Dempster ship but can't get the name.
  8. Sherbro/Shonga

    Sherbro/Shonga

    One of the Elder Dempster Polish built ships...Sherbro or Shonga...sorry I did'nt list it!! Ship seen here leaving Southampton
  9. FOURAH BAY

    FOURAH BAY

    West Africa but don't know where
  10. Taking the train

    Taking the train

    EGORI outward bound
  11. Donga

    Donga

    Elder Dempster Line MV Donga built 1960, gross tonnage 8986. Sailing down the River Thames off Gravesend circa 1978.
  12. Ebani, Elder Dempster

    Ebani, Elder Dempster

    Homeward bound and getting painted up and beginning to look very smart. Loading logs in Takoradi. One of my favourite ships. c. '57/8
  13. Perang, c'. '57

    Perang, c'. '57

    The Perang of Elder Dempster in Glasgow or Liverpool
  14. Ebani c.' 58

    Ebani c.' 58

    Elder Dempster's Ebani on which I sailed in '58.
  15. EBOE

    EBOE

    In Blue Funnel livery.
  16. DIXCOVE

    DIXCOVE

    Seen Tilbury 11 March 1979 Built by Wm.Gray at Hartlepool in 1959, she was sold in 1979 to Abbas Gokal's Gulf Shipping Line and renamed GULF EAGLE as which she arrived at Chittagong on 14.6.83 to be broken up
  17. Bob & Sahn

    Bob & Sahn

    Bob Ba Maung and Sahn Kinn onboard the Pegu sometime early 1966.
  18. Degema

    Degema

    Liverpool, May 1975
  19. Forcados

    Forcados

    Liverpool, March 1975
  20. Ebani

    Ebani

    Liverpool March 1975
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