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  1. HIGHLAND PRINCESS

    HIGHLAND PRINCESS

    British vessel HIGHLAND PRINCESS is visiting the Dutch harbour Delfzijl to load 2000 tons of potatoes for Argentina.
  2. Highland Princess

    Highland Princess

    Seen in London's Royal Docks 1932 the Highland Princess probably looks better in her Nelson Line colours than she did in Royal Mail. Built 1930 by Harland & Wolff Belfast she was 14,216 gr tons.
  3. Highland Princess

    Highland Princess

    Royal Mail Line operated the premier service to South America from London with their Highland boats until they were replaced by the A class ships. They were such a familiar sight that in the days of expensive film and processing most opportunities were let slip based on the premise that many thousan
  4. Highland Princess

    Highland Princess

    British pass/cargo liner RMS HIGHLAND PRINCESS, imo 5136983/ 166m/ 14.218gt/ twin screw/ 15Kn/ pax: 150 1st class, 70 intermediate, 500 3rd class; 25/02/1930 completed by Harland & Wolff, Ltd, Belfast, for Nelson Line, Ltd, Liverpool; 1932 HIGHLAND PRINCESS, Royal Mail Lines, Ltd, London; 1939 comme
  5. Highland Princess

    Highland Princess

    British pass/cargo liner RMS HIGHLAND PRINCESS, imo 5136983/ 166m/ 14.218gt/ twin screw/ 15Kn/ pax: 150 1st class, 70 intermediate, 500 3rd class; 25/02/1930 completed by Harland & Wolff, Ltd, Belfast, for Nelson Line, Ltd, Liverpool; 1932 HIGHLAND PRINCESS, Royal Mail Lines, Ltd, London; 1939 comme
  6. Highland Princess

    Highland Princess

    Royal Mail Line "Highland Princess". Unsure if photographed pre-WWII or during war. Does anyone have information on the 2 ships alongside?
  7. Highland Princess

    Highland Princess

    Highland Princess alongside Apapa Wharf with Nigerian troops from SEAC (South East Asia Command) 25th January 1946.
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