Hundred's of people are onboard to see the Queen off on the Gothic, see Q.V.
What would our security conscious Americans make of this make of this, or for that matter Maritime Safety ?
No doubt everyone went home without a drama and a lucky few spent time in the ships bar.
Did the Capt
Tweedbank at Lascelles Wharf, Geelong in the early 1950s. She was probably discharging phosphatic rock from Nauru and Ocean Island, or possibly sulphur from Galveston. These materials were used to manufacture superphosphate fertilizer in the nearby plant. Bank Line ships were frequent visitors to Ge