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  1. EMPIRE STAR

    EMPIRE STAR

    Launched by Harland and Wolff at Belfast in 1946 as EMPIRE MERCIA and delivered to Blue Star Line as EMPIRE STAR, this photograph of her taken by John Wiltshire at Avonmouth on 28.8.70 is slightly distorted due to the necessary digital removal of a lampost in front of the ship. She finally arrived a
  2. EMPIRE STAR

    EMPIRE STAR

    Port Chalmers,Dunedin NZ 4/1955 The tug Awarua and dredges Tokanui and Murihiku are on the opposite side of the Wharf. Two USS coasters are in the middle. BISN's Pachumba is drydock. She is being assisted by Awarua,alongside and Dunedin.
  3. EMPIRE STAR

    EMPIRE STAR

    Otago Harbour,Dunedin NZ 4/1955 She is being assisted by Awarua,alongside and Dunedin.
  4. EMPIRE STAR

    EMPIRE STAR

    Bluff NZ 3/11/1957 She visited 1949,1956,1957,1959,1966,1969,1970
  5. EMPIRE STAR

    EMPIRE STAR

    Bluff NZ 3/11/2003 She visited 1949,1956,1957,1959,1966,1969,1970
  6. Empire Star

    Empire Star

    Lifted this off Roymuir's psting of her: Built 1946 by Harland and Wolff, Belfast as Empire Mercia to a Shaw Savill design but owned by the Admiralty with the Ministry of Transport as the intended managers. Completed as Empire Star for Frederick Leyland and Company with Blue Star Line as managers. A
  7. Empire Star (III)

    Empire Star (III)

    Built 1946 by Harland and Wolff, Belfast as Empire Mercia to a Shaw Savill design but owned by the Admiralty with the Ministry of Transport as the intended managers. Completed as Empire Star for Frederick Leyland and Company with Blue Star Line as managers. Accommodation for 128 Passengers. Transf
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    empire star

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