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  1. Port Invercargill

    Port Invercargill

    Port Invercargill I realise she was trapped in the Great Bitter Lakes but can anyone explain where and when this was taken stripped of her gear and funnel etc ? Answer provided by member tomjscott ; ".... This is a photograph of her being fitted out by Harland & Wolff at the Alexandra Whar
  2. Port Invercargill, at Auckland

    Port Invercargill, at Auckland

    Taken at Auckland c.1960 by the late F. Kemsley. Port Invercargill Built: 1958 by Harland and Wolff, Belfast Tonnage: 10,192grt Owners: Port Line 1967-75: Trapped in the Bitter Lakes, along with a number of international cargo liners, as a result of the 6 Day War. 1975: Kavo Kolones 1979: Broken up
  3. Port Invercargill, 1958

    Port Invercargill, 1958

    Port Invercargill heading down Otago Harbour, c.1960's. Port Invercargill Built: 1958 by Harland and Wolff, Belfast Tonnage: 10,192grt Owners: Port Line 1967-75: Trapped in the Bitter Lakes, along with a number of international cargo liners, as a result of the 6 Day War. 1975: Kavo Kolones 1979: Br
  4. PORT INVERCARGILL

    PORT INVERCARGILL

    1960's Trapped Suez 1967-1975 Jorgen Lonn negative
  5. PORT INVERCARGILL

    PORT INVERCARGILL

    Cape Town 1960's Port Line postcard
  6. PORT INVERCARGILL

    PORT INVERCARGILL

    Bluff 8/6/1958 She was on her maiden voyage. Port Invercargill made only three visits to Bluff , 1958,1960 and 1964. The other ships are Denholm's Carronpark and SSA's Taranaki.
  7. PORT INVERCARGILL

    PORT INVERCARGILL

    Port Invercargill arriving Dunedin 1960's. Soon to be trapped in Great Bitter lakes with Scottish Star.
  8. Port Invercargill

    Port Invercargill

    Port Invercargill at Lyttelton, Hinemoa in the background.
  9. Port Invercargill

    Port Invercargill

    The unfortunate Port Invercargill at Lyttelton, July 1961. Completed by Harland and Wolff, Belfast, in 1958, a sister to Port Launceston. In June 1967 she was trapped in the Bitter Lakes during the 'Six Days War' and remained there until 1975. Sold to Greek owners and renamed Kavo Kolones she las
  10. Port Invercargill

    Port Invercargill

    Built in 1958 by Harland & Wolff at Belfast with a tonnage of 10463grt, a length of 490ft 6in, a beam of 65ft 10in and a service speed of 15 knots. Sister of the Port Launceston she was launched by radio telephone from Sydney on 22nd November 1957 and delivered on 26th March 1958. In June 1967 she
  11. PORT INVERCARGILL

    PORT INVERCARGILL

    PORT LINE LTD BUILT 1958 GROSS 10,463 LENGTH 490 ft BREADTH 66 ft Off Capetown ?
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