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  1. tss MAID OF ORLEANS

    tss MAID OF ORLEANS

    MAID OF ORLEANS berthed at the Maritime Station at Calais (her name is just readable). She was the sister of BIARRITZ. Photo taken probably early in her career.
  2. MAID OF ORLEANS and QUEEN OF THE CHANNEL

    MAID OF ORLEANS and QUEEN OF THE CHANNEL

    Two well-known vessels together in the harbour of Boulogne.
  3. MAID OF ORLEANS (1)

    MAID OF ORLEANS (1)

    Arriving Boulogne from Folkestone.
  4. Maid of Orleans

    Maid of Orleans

    Southern Railway Built 1918 by Denny, Dumbarton 2,386 gross tons, speed @ 23 knots Served as a troopship in WW1 Sunk 1944 when returning from the Normandy beaches
  5. Maid of Orleans

    Maid of Orleans

    British Railways Maid of Orleans is seen leaving Dover's western docks in 1974. Built by Wm Denny at Dumbarton in 1949 she was 3,777 gr tons.
  6. Maid of Orleans

    Maid of Orleans

    British Railways Built 1949 by Denny, Dumbarton 3,777 gross tons, 341 foot x 52 foot, speed @ 22 knots
  7. Maid of Orleans

    Maid of Orleans

    British Railways On winter lay up in the inner dock at Dover, November 1972
  8. Maid of Orleans

    Maid of Orleans

    Thanks to Donald :o) Day 7 :o)...SN Members These pictures were taken whilst down in York and surprisingly were in the Railway Museum but unfortunately not very well displayed, which I thought was a pity. Anyway, I have done my best to take the pictures...some in very confined spaces. Any i
  9. Maid of Orleans

    Maid of Orleans

    Maid of Orleans, identified by Donald :o) Day 7 :o)...SN Members These pictures were taken whilst down in York and surprisingly were in the Railway Museum but unfortunately not very well displayed, which I thought was a pity. Anyway, I have done my best to take the pictures...some in very confin
  10. Maid of Orleans

    Maid of Orleans

    On winter lay-up at Newhaven
  11. Maid of Orleans

    Maid of Orleans

    The "Maid of Orleans" at Dover.
  12. Maid of Orleans

    Maid of Orleans

    A classic Denny ferry, the "Maid of Orleans", built 1949, in Dover Harbour 1963
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