Thought I had already posted this but apparently not.....
I did this when she was fairly new and looking at the most recent photos of her she does not seem to have changed drastically externally at least.
The New Zealand troopship Willochra photographed off Lyttelton Harbour in 1919, repatriating German POW's to Germany, among them Count Felix von Luckner, CO of the famous full-rigged raider Seeadler.
The Willochra (7784 GRT / 4532 NRT) was launched on 24 Aug 1912 by Wm. Beardmore & Co. Ltd., Dalmui
Canadian Pacific's bulk carrier Fort Victoria loading grain in Bluff.Completed for the company by the Sanoyasu Dockyard in Osaka in 1977 she was a handysize bulker of about 28,00 dwt tonnes. Sold by Canadian Pacific in 1986 she was renamed Victus and has since had a succession of names but is appar
Fort Victoria : Pennant No. A387
Fort Victoria was ordered from Harland and Wolff in 1986, and was launched in 1990. Just a few weeks after being christened, on 6 September, she became the target of two IRA bombs, one of them successfully defused. The other device exploded, causing extensive damage
Fort Victoria this afternoon 23/10/08 ready to be towed tommorow to Birkenhad. Follow the link to see tug Englishman who will take the tow http://www.shipsnostalgia.com/gallery/showphoto.php/photo/143670