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  1. San Francisco

    San Francisco

    Johnson Lines' San Francisco on her way up to Rotterdam...
  2. BOLIVIA ?

    BOLIVIA ?

    a former Johnson Line ship photographed near Hamburg by the late Dick Parsons - ship name uncertain BOLIVIA was sold in 1971 to become BALBOA under the Panama flag
  3. Hans

    Hans

    The Johnson Line´s tug Hans. Photo from my collection.
  4. Seattle 1947

    Seattle 1947

    The entrance to passengers dinner and recreation rooms onboard Johnson Lines M/S Seattle in 1947 From a magazine in my collection dated to 1947
  5. Seattle 1947

    Seattle 1947

    The passengers Big drawing-room onboard Johnson Lines M/S Seattle in 1947 From a magazine in my collection dated to 1947
  6. Seattle 1947

    Seattle 1947

    The passenger cabin onboard Johnson Lines M/S Seattle in 1947 From a magazine in my collection dated to 1947
  7. Seattle, 1947

    Seattle, 1947

    The passenger small drawing-room onboard Johnson Lines M/S Seattle in 1947 From a magazine in my collection dated to 1947
  8. Seattle 1947

    Seattle 1947

    The double-cabin for the crews onboard Johnson Lines M/S Seattle in 1947 From a magazine in my collection dated to 1947
  9. Seattle 1947

    Seattle 1947

    The captain´s day-room onboard Johnson Lines M/S Seattle in 1947 From a magazine in my collection dated to 1947
  10. Seattle 1947

    Seattle 1947

    Johnson Lines M/S Seattle in 1947 From a magazine in my collection dated 1947
  11. Seattle 1947

    Seattle 1947

    Johnson Line advert from 1947 From a magazine in my collection dated 1947
  12. Oscar Fredrik

    Oscar Fredrik

    Johnson Line´s S/S Oscar Fredrik From a book in my collection dated 1945
  13. Margaret Johnson

    Margaret Johnson

    Johnson Line´s M/S Margaret Johnson. Postcard from my collection. http://www.shipsnostalgia.com/gallery/showphoto.php?photo=128227&nocache=1
  14. La Plata and her tragic end

    La Plata and her tragic end

    Johnson Line´s M/S La Plata in neutral colors in the years of WW2. Photo from my collection. http://www.shipsnostalgia.com/gallery/showphoto.php?photo=102364 http://www.shipsnostalgia.com/gallery/showphoto.php?photo=115084 http://www.shipsnostalgia.com/gallery/showphoto.php?photo=115346 http://www.
  15. Suecia (II)

    Suecia (II)

    Suecia Built: 1944 Tonnage: 7,210grt Owners: Johnson Line
  16. Portland (1952)

    Portland (1952)

    Portland Built: 1952 Tonnage: 6,946grt Owners: Johnson Line
  17. Margaret Johnson

    Margaret Johnson

    Margaret Johnson Built: 1928 Tonnage: 5,143grt Owners: Johnson Line In fleet: 1928-62
  18. Buenos Aires (II)

    Buenos Aires (II)

    Buenos Aires, Johnson Line Built: 1957 Tonnage: 8,494grt
  19. Brasilia (b.1960)

    Brasilia (b.1960)

    Brasilia, Johnson Line Built: 1960 Tonnage: 8,444grt
  20. Panama Canal

    Panama Canal

    A postcard from the Panama Canal. Taken in the Gatun Lock on the Atlantic side a long time ago. The ship to the right is one of Johnson Lines old ship in the “Argentina” class. The last of those ships would have been scrapped in the early 70’s.
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