Orient Line S.S. Orsova Tourist Class photographic brochure
by Orient Steam Navigation Company Ltd
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Hay on Wye, Herefordshire, United Kingdom
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About This Item
Built by Vickers Armstrong at Barrow, the passenger-cargo ship S.S. Orsova sailed on her maiden voyage from Tilbury to Sydney, Australia on 17 March 1954. "Orsova was the first large ship to dispense with a conventional mast, and featured a 'Welsh Hat' steampipe on top of her funnel, to reduce soot" [poheritage.com]
S.S. Orsova 1954-1974.
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- Orient Line S.S. Orsova Tourist Class photographic brochure
- Orient Steam Navigation Company Ltd
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