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EXTRA LARGE SIZE B/W PHOTOGRAPH OF AN UNKNOWN SEA GOING VESSEL

MARITIME PHOTOGRAPH SELECTION
MANY RARE, OLD AND UNUSUAL TYPES
SOME LARGE AND OVERSIZE

DESCRIPTION
-- Extra large size b/w photograph of an unknown sea going vessel which is in a fantastic condition and the size 16" x 12" (41cm x 30cm).
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION -- Excellent

HISTORY -- Maritime Photographs

NOTES -- 1000's of other maritime items are available to buy. If you require more information contact us on sales@travellersintime.net (SCode-S)

Item: TT2153 BA186
Price
£14.00
UK Postage: £3.00
Europe Postage:£4.50
Elsewhere: £6.50

ORIGINAL B/W PHOTOGRAPH OF THE P&O-ORIENT LINE VESSEL 'THE ORCADES'

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DESCRIPTION -- B/W photograph of the P&O-Orient Line vessel The Orcades. The photograpgh is taken from our collection of over 2000 shipping photographs and it is in a very good condition and protected in a plastic wallet.
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- If there is a particular photo of a vessel you are looking for please let us know and we will look for you, as you never know we may have it. RMS Orcades (later SS Orcades) was built Vickers-Armstrong Shipbuilding, in Barrow-in-Furness in Yard 950. She was launched on October 14, 1947 and completed November 14, 19 48. Orcades replaced her predecessor, Orcades II, which had sunk during the war when she was only five years old. Orcades, the first ship built for Orient Lines after the war, shared her hull with the Peninsular Lines Himalaya, but her superstructure was different with her having a new look with her bridge located amidships crowned with a tripod mast and a upright funnel sitting high directly aft of the mast.

NOTES -- If you cannot find what you are looking for on the Travellers in Time website please contact us with your interest at sales@travellersintime.net (SCode-50)

Item: TT1603 BA161
Price
£2.00
UK Postage: £1.25
Europe Postage:£2.50
Elsewhere: £4.50

LARGE B/W PHOTOGRAPH OF THE BLUE STAR LINE VESSEL THE GLADSTONE STAR

MARITIME PHOTOGRAPH SELECTION
MANY RARE, OLD AND UNUSUAL TYPES
SOME LARGE AND OVERSIZE

DESCRIPTION
-- Large size photograph of the Blue Star Line vessel the Gladstone Star which is 10" (25cm) x 8" (20cm) in size and shows the ship at sea.
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION -- Excellent

HISTORY -- The Blue Star Line has its origins in Liverpool, with the Vestey family developing a butchery business. They were one of the first businesses to introduce refrigeration into their shops. Previously butchers had to sell off meat at reduced prices on Saturday, the shops being closed on a Sunday. From this developed a business importing meat from South America.

NOTES -- Many different maritime groups are covered on the Travellers in Time website. Please email at sales@travellersintime.net to ask about any items you cannot see listed. (SCode-B)

Item: TT2644 BA208
Price
£5.00
UK Postage: £1.75
Europe Postage:£2.50
Elsewhere: £4.50

ORIGINAL B/W PHOTOGRAPH OF THE P&O LINE VESSEL THE OTAIO TAKEN 1973

MARITIME PHOTOGRAPH SELECTION
MANY RARE, OLD AND UNUSUAL TYPES

DESCRIPTION -- B/W photograph of the P&O Line vessel The Otaio which is in an excellent condition.

[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION -- Excellent

HISTORY -- The Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company, which is usually known as P&O, is a British shipping and logistics company which dated from the early 19th century. Following its sale in March 2006 to Dubai Ports World for 3.9 billion, it became a subsidiary of DP World; however, the P&O brand has been retained. The company was headquartered in London, in the United Kingdom; it was listed on the London Stock Exchange and was a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index.

NOTES -- This postcard is taken from our collection of over 2000 shipping postcards and is protected in a plastic wallet. If there is a particular postcard of a vessel you are looking for please let Travellers in Time know at sales@travellersintime.net (SCode-50)

Item: TT1951 BA179
Price
£2.00
UK Postage: £1.25
Europe Postage:£2.50
Elsewhere: £4.50

POSTCARD SIZE COLOUR PHOTOGRAPH OF THE ESSO TAKERS COMPANY VESSEL THE ESSO FORTH

MARITIME PHOTOGRAPH SELECTION
MANY RARE, OLD AND UNUSUAL TYPES

DESCRIPTION -- Colour photograph of the Esso tanker Company vessel the Esso Forth and is in an excellent condition.

CONDITION -- Excellent

HISTORY -- Back in the 1950s and 1960's, the oil companies ruled the waves, or so it seemed, with oil majors Shell and Esso each controlling hundreds of deepsea tankers through their owned and chartered fleets. For a combination of economic and regulatory reasons, the big tanker fleets, many flagged in countries like the UK and Netherlands, moved into the hands of cost efficient third party managers, and independent owners.

NOTES -- Many other different photographs are also available from Travellers in Time and are on the website. If you cannot find what you are looking for please contact us with your interest at sales@travellersintime.net. (Code-50)

Item: TT2733 BA211
Price
£2.00
UK Postage: £1.25
Europe Postage:£2.50
Elsewhere: £4.50

ORIGINAL B/W PHOTOGRAPH OF THE CLAN LINE VESSEL THE CLAN ROBERTSON

MARITIME PHOTOGRAPH SELECTION
MANY RARE, OLD AND UNUSUAL TYPES

DESCRIPTION -- B/W photograph of the Clan Line vessel The Clan Robertson which is in an excellent condition.
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION -- Excellent

HISTORY -- The company that would become the Clan Line was first founded as C. W. Cayzer & Company in Liverpool in 1877 by Charles Cayzer (see Cayzer Baronets). It was set up to operate passenger routes between Britain and Bombay, India via the Suez Canal. The next year, Captain William Irvine joined the company and it was renamed Cayzer, Irvine & Company.

NOTES -- This postcard is taken from our collection of over 2000 shipping postcards and is protected in a plastic wallet. If there is a particular postcard of a vessel you are looking for please let Travellers in Time know at sales@travellersintime.net (SCode-50)

Item: TT1645 BA163
Price
£2.00
UK Postage: £1.25
Europe Postage:£2.50
Elsewhere: £4.50

B/W PHOTOGRAPH OF THE WORKING VESSEL OTAIO

MARITIME PHOTOGRAPH SELECTION
MANY RARE, OLD AND UNUSUAL TYPES

DESCRIPTION -- B/W photograph of the old working vessel The Otaio which is in a great condition and one of many from our collection.

CONDITION -- Excellent

HISTORY -- The Otaio was built in 1958 by John Brown and Company (Clydebank) Limited in Clydebank. Technical Data available on Otaio indicates that she was a refrigerated cargo vessel of 13,314 gross tons with a length overall of 526 feet 1.5 inches and an insulated cargo capacity of 429,300 cubic feet. Her 2 diesel engines gave her a service speed of 17 knots. The Otaio was designed to be a cadet training ship, and she operated in this role from 1958 until 1975. She could carry up to 40 deck cadets and up to 30 engineer cadets, and their living accommodation, schoolrooms and mess were housed in the Upper Deck in the vicinity of No. 4 and No. 5 Hatches.

NOTES -- This photograph is taken from our collection of over 2000 shipping photographs and is protected in a plastic wallet. If there is a particular photograph of a vessel you are looking for please let Travellers in Time know at sales@travellersintime.net (Code-50)

Item: TT1950 BA179
Price
£2.00
UK Postage: £1.25
Europe Postage:£2.50
Elsewhere: £4.50

ORIGINAL B/W PHOTOGRAPH OF THE BEN LINE VESSEL THE BENLARIG

MARITIME PHOTOGRAPH SELECTION
MANY RARE, OLD AND UNUSUAL TYPES

DESCRIPTION -- B/W photograph of the Ben Line vessel The Benlarig which is in a good condition.
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION -- Excellent

HISTORY -- The Ben Line originated with the partnership of William and Alexander Thomson who went into the shipping business in 1839. They started with sailing ships and imported marble from Italy and took coal to Canada returning with timber. From 1859 the company operated routes to Singapore, China and Japan and this became its major source of business. New routes were established to the Baltic and the Canadian trade had run down by the mid-1880s.

NOTES -- This photograph is taken from our collection of over 2000 shipping photographs and is protected in a plastic wallet. If there is a particular photograph of a vessel you are looking for please let Travellers in Time know at sales@travellersintime.net (SCode-50)

Item: TT1639 BA163
Price
£2.00
UK Postage: £1.25
Europe Postage:£2.50
Elsewhere: £4.50

ORIGINAL B/W PHOTOGRAPH OF THE P&O-ORIENT LINE VESSEL THE ORONSAY TAKEN 1973

MARITIME PHOTOGRAPH SELECTION
MANY RARE, OLD AND UNUSUAL TYPES

DESCRIPTION
-- B/W photograph of the P&O-Orient Line vessel The Oronsay and there is a small amount of writting on the back.
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION -- Very Good

HISTORY -- The SS Oronsay was the second Orient Line ship built after World War II. A sister ship to SS Orcades, she was named after one of many islands called Oronsay on the west coast of Scotland.

NOTES -- This postcard is taken from our collection of over 2000 shipping postcards and is protected in a plastic wallet. If there is a particular postcard of a vessel you are looking for please let Travellers in Time know at sales@travellersintime.net. (SCode-50)

Item: TT1650 BA163
Price
£2.00
UK Postage: £1.25
Europe Postage:£2.50
Elsewhere: £4.50

ORIGINAL B/W PHOTOGRAPH OF THE CUNARD LINE VESSEL THE QUEEN ELIZABETH

MARITIME PHOTOGRAPH SELECTION
MANY RARE, OLD AND UNUSUAL TYPES

DESCRIPTION -- B/W photograph of the Cunard Line vessel The Queen Elizabeth. The photograph is taken from our collection of over 2000 shipping photographs and it is in a very good condition and is protected in a plastic wallet.
[ONLY 1 AVAILABLE]

CONDITION -- Excellent

HISTORY -- RMS Queen Elizabeth was an ocean liner operated by the Cunard Line and was contracted to carry Royal Mail as the second half of a two-ship weekly express service between Southampton and New York City via Cherbourg. At the time of construction in the mid-1930s by John Brown and Company in Clydebank, Scotland, she was known as Hull 552, but she was later named in honour of Queen Elizabeth, Queen Consort at the time of her launch on 27 September 1938, and in 1952 became the Queen Mother. Queen Elizabeth was a slightly larger ship with an improved design over her running mate, Queen Mary, making her the largest passenger liner ever built at that time, which was a record that would not be exceeded for fifty-six years.

NOTES -- Many other different photographs are also available from Travellers in Time and are on the website. If you cannot find what you are looking for please contact us with your interest at sales@travellersintime.net (SCode-50)

Item: TT1892 BA175
Price
£2.00
UK Postage: £1.25
Europe Postage:£2.50
Elsewhere: £4.50

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