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SOUVENIR SPOON FROM THE P&O LINE VESSEL THE SS ORONSAY

DESCRIPTION -- Souvenir spoon from the vessel the SS Oronsay which is in an excellent condition (click on the picture for close up of the emblem at the end of the spoon).   
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]    

CONDITION --  Excellent

HISTORY -- SS Oronsay was the second Orient Line ship built after World War II. A sister ship to Orcades, she was named after the island of Oronsay off the west coast of Scotland. The liner was completed in 1951 at Vickers-Armstrong, Barrow-in-Furness, but was delivered several months behind schedule because of a serious fire that broke out in the fitting-out berth.

NOTES -- If you cannot find what you are looking for on the Travellers in Time website please contact us at sales@travellersintime.net with your interest giving us details of the items.  Travellers in Time are run by two people as a hobby and not a business, and believe that a more personal service is achieved this way.  (SCode-S)

Item: TT3068 BA222
Price
£15.00
UK Postage: £3.00
Europe Postage:£5.00
Elsewhere: £8.00

SOUVENIR SPOON FROM THE VESSEL THE SS ORCADES

DESCRIPTION -- From the vessel the SS Orcades this is a souvenir spoon dating from the 1950’s and is in a very good condition (click on the picture for close up of the emblem at the end of the spoon).   
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]    

CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- SS Orcadeswas an ocean liner serving primarily the UK – Australia – New Zealand route. She started service as a British Royal Mail Ship (RMS) carrying first and tourist class passengers. Orcades carried many migrants to Australia and New Zealand and was later used as a cruise ship. "Orcades" is the Latin name for the Orkney Islands.

NOTES -- Many other different items are also available from Travellers in Time and are to be found on the website. If you cannot find what you are looking for, please contact us with your interest at sales@travellersintime.net and we will get back to you if we can help you to find those items.  (SCode-S)

Item: TT3067 BA222
Price
£15.00
UK Postage: £3.00
Europe Postage:£5.00
Elsewhere: £8.00

SOUVENIR SPOON FROM THE P&O LINE VESSEL THE IBERIA

DESCRIPTION -- From the vessel the SS Iberia which was built in 1954 and sold in 1973 this is a souvenir spoon which is in a very good condition and dates from the 1960’s  (click on the picture for close up of the emblem at the end of the spoon).   
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]    

CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- SS Iberia was an ocean liner completed in 1954 for the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company (P&O). Along with her fleetmates Himalaya, Arcadia and Chusan, Iberiamainly provided passenger service between the United Kingdom and Australasia. Iberiawas constructed at the Belfast shipyard of Harland and Wolff and originally provided service between London and Sydney via the Suez Canal.

NOTES -- Travellers in Time continually try to list many new and unusual items on the website, and notify all previous customers when new listings take place. We can always be contacted at sales@travellersintime.net for all other maritime enquiries.  (SCode-S)

Item: TT3066 BA222
Price
£17.00
UK Postage: £3.00
Europe Postage:£5.00
Elsewhere: £8.00

SOUVENIR SPOON FROM THE P&O LINE JET FERRIES COMPANY

DESCRIPTION -- This Souvenir spoon from the P&O Line Sea Jet Ferries Company which is in an excellent condition.
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]    

CONDITION -- Excellent

HISTORY -- P&O Ferriesis a British-based company that operates ferries from the United Kingdom to Ireland and Continental Europe (France, Belgium and the Netherlands). These were previously operated at different times as separate subsidiaries of P&O under the various different names.

NOTES -- Many other similar items are also available from Travellers in Time and are listed on the website. Several different categories full of items are available to view and a search facility to enable you to easily find any items.  If further information is required please contact us with your interested subject and questions at sales@travellersintime.net.   (SCode-S)

 

Item: TT3065 BA222
Price
£15.00
UK Postage: £3.00
Europe Postage:£5.00
Elsewhere: £8.00

SOUVENIR SPOON FROM THE VESSEL SS EMPRESS OF BRITAIN

DESCRIPTION -- Good condition souvenir spoon from the Canadian Pacific Line vessel the SS Empress of Britain, dating from the 1950’s/1960’s  (click on the picture for close up of the emblem at the end of the spoon).   
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]               

CONDITION -- Good

HISTORY -- RMS Empress of Britain was a transatlantic ocean liner built by Fairfield Shipbuilding at Govan on the Clyde in Scotland in 1955-1956 for Canadian Pacific Steamships (CP).  This ship — the third of three CP vessels to be named Empress of Britain, regularly traversed the trans-Atlantic route between Canada and Europe until 1964, completing 123 voyages under the Canadian Pacific flag.

NOTES -- If you have any enquiries about particular maritime items of interest that you are looking for, please contact us at sales@travellersintime.net to see if we can help or may have in stock.  (SCode-S)

Item: TT3064 BA222
Price
£15.00
UK Postage: £3.00
Europe Postage:£5.00
Elsewhere: £8.00

SOUVENIR SPOON FROM THE P&O LINE VESSEL THE SS CANBERRA

DESCRIPTION -- Souvenir spoon from the famous vessel the P&O Line vessel the SS Canberra who saw war duty in the Falklands conflict, and is in a good condition (click on the picture for close up of the emblem at the end of the spoon). 
ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]    

CONDITION -- Good

HISTORY -- The SS Canberra was an ocean liner, which later operated on cruises, in the P&O fleet from 1961 to 1997. She was built at the Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast, Northern Ireland at a cost of £17,000,000. The ship was named on 17 March 1958, after the federal capital of Australia, Canberra. She was launched on 16 March 1960.

NOTES -- 1000's of other maritime items are available to buy on the website and many different cruise lines are covered. If you require more information on any of these please contact us on sales@travellersintime.net.  (SCode-S)

Item: TT3063 BA222
Price
£17.00
UK Postage: £3.00
Europe Postage:£5.00
Elsewhere: £8.00

SOUVENIR SPOON FROM THE VESSEL THE DUCHESS OF RICHMOND

DESCRIPTION -- From the vessel the Duchess of Richmond built in 1928, later renamed the Duchess of Canada, this is a souvenir spoon which is in an excellent condition (click on the picture for close up of the emblem at the end of the spoon). 
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]    

CONDITION -- Excellent

HISTORY -- The third of Canadian Pacific's "Duchess" ships, Duchess of Richmond was built by John Brown & Co. of Glasgow.  Launched in June 1928, she began her career on 26 January 1929, with a cruise from Liverpool to the Canary Islands.  She then entered the line's transatlantic service with a 15 March 1929 sailing from Liverpool to St. John, New Brunswick. She remained on the Liverpool to St. John (winter) or Montréal (summer) service for her entire career with Canadian Pacific.

NOTES -- If you cannot find what you are looking for on the Travellers in Time website please contact us at sales@travellersintime.net with your interest giving us details of the items.  Travellers in Time are run by two people as a hobby and not a business, and believe that a more personal service is achieved this way.  (SCode-S)

Item: TT3062 BA222
Price
£15.00
UK Postage: £3.00
Europe Postage:£5.00
Elsewhere: £8.00

SOUVENIR SPOON FROM THE OLD VESSEL THE EMPRESS OF ENGLAND

DESCRIPTION -- Dating from the 1950’s/60’s and in a very good condition, this is a souvenir spoon from the Canadian Pacific Line vessel the Empress of England (click on the picture for close up of the emblem at the end of the spoon). 
ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]    

CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- RMS Empress of England was an ocean liner built in 1956-1957 by Vickers-Armstrongs, Newcastle, United Kingdom for the Canadian Pacific Steamships. The ship was launched in 1956; and she undertook her maiden voyage in 1957. She was a near identical sister ship to Empress of Britain.

NOTES -- If you cannot find what you are looking for on the Travellers in Time website, please contact us with your inquiry at sales@travellersintime.net and we will see if we have it in stock for you amongst the many items which are not yet on the website.  (SCode-S)

Item: TT3061 BA222
Price
£15.00
UK Postage: £3.00
Europe Postage:£5.00
Elsewhere: £8.00

SOUVENIR SPOON FROM THE VESSEL TSS TRANSYLVANIA

DESCRIPTION -- Very rare to find souvenir spoon from the vessel TSS (RMS) Transylvania which was tragically sunk during WW2 and which is in a very good condition (click on the picture for close up of the emblem at the end of the spoon). 
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]    

CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- Anchor Lines second Transylvania, sister of Caledonia IV, was built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering at Govan. She was laid down in 1919, but soon after work stopped for nearly two years. As a result, her launch occurred in March 1925, followed by a Glasgow-New York maiden voyage on 12 September 1925.  Requisitioned as an armed merchant cruiser when World War II began, she was torpedoed and sunk by U 56 west of Inishtrahull on 10 August 1940. Although nearby trawlers were able to rescue about 300 of Transylvania's crew, there were 48 fatalities.

NOTES -- Many other similar items are also available from Travellers in Time and are listed on the website. Several different categories full of items are available to view and a search facility to enable you to easily find any items.  If further information is required please contact us with your interested subject and questions at sales@travellersintime.net.  (SCode-S)

Item: TT3060 BA222
Price
£17.00
UK Postage: £3.00
Europe Postage:£5.00
Elsewhere: £8.00

SOUVENIR SPOON FROM THE VESSEL THE TSS CAPTAIN COOK

DESCRIPTION -- Souvenir spoon from the vessel the TSS Captain Cook which is in a very good condition (click on the picture for close up of the emblem at the end of the spoon). 
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]    

CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- The Captain Cook, along with the Captain Hobson, brought assisted immigrants to New Zealand via the Panama Canal from 1952. The Cook had 1070 berths and was furnished in a solid but attractive style. Its first trip to New Zealand was not uneventful: workmen were still carrying out conversion work, a failure in the engine room necessitated a layover in Aruba in the Caribbean, and the ship ran out of fresh water a few days out of Wellington. In 1960 the Captain Cook was withdrawn from service and broken up.

NOTES -- Over many years now Travellers in Time has listed a great deal of unusual items on the website. For information on any of these or any other interested items, we can always be contacted at sales@travellersintime.net for all maritime enquiries, and any items you are looking for.  (SCode-S)

Item: TT3059 BA222
Price
£15.00
UK Postage: £3.00
Europe Postage:£5.00
Elsewhere: £8.00

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