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  1. STENTOR

    STENTOR

    Wijsmuller tug STENTOR of 1921 at IJmuiden. date unknown but possibly 1939. Identification Data (source: marhisdata.nl) Build: 1921 Category: Tug Propulsion: Steamship Type: Tug Construction Data Yard: A. Pannevis, Alphen aan den Rijn, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands Launch Date: 1921-04-00 Delivery Da
  2. STENTOR (2)

    STENTOR (2)

    Blue Funnel STENTOR at Queens Dock, Liverpool.
  3. STENTOR

    STENTOR

    Blue Funnel STENTOR.
  4. Stentor

    Stentor

    Stentor, outward bound across Moreton Bay
  5. Stentor

    Stentor

    Blue Funnel Stentor,
  6. STENTOR

    STENTOR

    Melbourne 1970's. Built 1946 for Blue Funnel Line. 1958 renamed Glenshiel. 1963 reverted to Stentor. 1975 renamed Tento. 1975 broken up Kaohsiung.
  7. STENTOR

    STENTOR

    Melbourne 1975 Built 1959 as Memnon for Blue Funnel Line. 1975 renamed Stentor. 1977 renamed Owerri. 1978 sold and renamed Europe. 1982 laid up. 1998 broken up Port Alang.
  8. STENTOR

    STENTOR

    Blue Funnel Line's STENTOR is seen passing Portishead, outbound from Avonmouth, on 13th July 1968. Built by Caledon at Dundee in 1946, she was transferred to Glen Line between 1958 and 1963, serving as GLENSHIEL, reverting to STENTOR until her sale to breakers at Kaohsiung where she arrived in Apri
  9. Stentor

    Stentor

    STENTOR (2) was built in 1899 by Workman, Clark & Co. Ltd. at Belfast with a tonnage of 6773grt, a length of 442ft 4in, and a service speed of 10 knots. Considered to be the second ship of the class she had the unusual distinction of being towed from her builders in Belfast to Liverpool where her ma
  10. Stentor

    Stentor

    Stentor of Blue Funnel at Hobart's Princes 3 wharf in September 1971.
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