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PostPosted: Sat Sep 29, 2018 4:23 am 
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M.V. Chungking; a CHINA NAVIGATION motorship……

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M.V. Chungking IV; a motorship built for THE CHINA NAVIGATION COMPANY LTD (BUTTERFIELD & SWIRE).

Builder - Taikoo Dockyard, Hong Kong. Yard N°. 403.
IMO 5072412
Laid Down – unknown.
Launched – 7th December 1954.
Service (China Navigation) May 1955 to 1968.

Length 128.6 metres, breadth 17.1 metres. 6,830Grt.


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 29, 2018 4:43 am 
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S.S. Woodarra; a BRITISH & INDIA STEAM NAVIGATION steamship……

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S.S. Woodarra; a steamship built for BRITISH & INDIA STEAM NAVIGATION LTD which transferred to the parent company P&O as Pando Gulf in 1968

Builder - Barclay Curle, Whiteinch. Yard N°. 737.
IMO 5392678
Laid Down – unknown.
Launched – 22nd November 1956.
Service (B&I) 10th April 1957 to 1968.

Length 158.5 metres, breadth 20.9 metres. 8,753Grt.


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M.V. Kweilin; another CHINA NAVIGATION motorship……

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M.V. Kweilin; a motorship built for THE CHINA NAVIGATION COMPANY LTD (BUTTERFIELD & SWIRE).

Builder – Taikoo Dockyard, Hong Kong. Yard N°. 473.
IMO 5198747
Laid Down – unknown.
Launched – 12th September 1961.
Service (China Navigation) January 1962 to 1974.

Length 128.7 metres, breadth 17.1 metres. 5,902Grt.


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S.S. Waroonga; another BRITISH & INDIA STEAM NAVIGATION steamship……

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S.S. Waroonga; a steamship built for BRITISH & INDIA STEAM NAVIGATION LTD which transferred to the parent company P&O as Pando Point in 1968

Builder - Barclay Curle, Whiteinch. Yard N°. 738.
IMO 5386320
Laid Down – unknown.
Launched – 28th May 1957.
Service (B&I) 6th September 1957 to 1968.

Length 158.6 metres, breadth 20.9 metres. 8,753Grt.


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Location: The Netherlands
Large working model -- scale 1:100 -- composite hull -- brass structures

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Mounted on wooden base with acryllic dust cover.
Bolts can be loosened easily - structure can be lifted for easy access

Has been on loan for display at the museum.

Unique model of a Dutch built Glen liner - for sale


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