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  1. Montclare

    Canadian Pacific Line Built 1922 by John Brown & Co., Clydebank 16,314 gross tons 575 foot x 70 foot beam Cabin & Third Class passengers only Cabin Class Lounge
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    Fresh flowers, mirrors and a tapestry help to lighten the rather sombre aspect of the Cabin Class Dining Saloon
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    Shipboard Mock Tudor in the Cabin Class Smoking Room
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    The cosy wood panelled Cabin Class Drawing Room
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    Cabin Class Lounge aboard this Canadian Pacific intermediate
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    Rather different to the floating supermarkets commonly found today, the ship's shop on the Canadian Pacific intermediate liner
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    The Canadian Pacific liner lying off Gibraltar on a Mediterranean cruise
  9. Montclare

    Canadian Pacific. Built 1921. 1939 Converted to Armed Merchant Cruiser . 1942 sold to Admiralty as submarine depot ship. Do'nt know any more about her.
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