hi notnila i sailed on the imperial transport in 63 joined her in falmouth then it was across to venezuala and up the orinoco river and then to bayonne nj she 'd been laid up in the river fal for a long time and was full of rust when we got to new york the pilot came over the rail and said is it f*****g safe to stand on this deck and we did that trip for months i missed her in bayonne and came home dbs on the rms salvania all the best kepwee
Are you Guys wanting Image of the Imperial Transport I have one of her in Sydney Harbour passing the Old Man of War Steps just where the Sydney Opera House now stands it was taken in late 1953 for Houlder Bros, is this the same vessel, and would you like me to post it, I think it could the vessel you require.
I would be interested in seeing the photo of Imperial Transport in Sydney.
I sailed into Sydney several times on the Orotava Bridge (1969-1970), loading grain at Glebe Island.
There was a photograher who took very good pictures of vessels passing under the bridge with the Opera House in the background, he would then come down to the respective ships selling the large format photos, I now regret that I never bought one of these photgraphs.
Are you aware or any other member of S.N. who might now own the catalogue of ships photos that this photograher built up so that I can obtain one.
Thanks but not the one I posted. It may be there but I can't find it. To be honest I can't find my way around the gallery at all but there again, I was not born to use computers. I believe I put it into Ships of the World whatever that is. Never mind, I'll go back into hibernation.