EAW693178 ENGLAND (2002). Ferry Terminal, Kingston Upon Hull, 2002

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EAW693178
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EAW004511
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EPW036424
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EAW004510
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EPW036423
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EAW004512
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Pennawd [EAW693178] Ferry Terminal, Kingston Upon Hull, 2002
Cyfeirnod EAW693178
Dyddiad 31-May-2002
Dolen
Enw lle KINGSTON UPON HULL
Plwyf NON CIVIL PARISH
Ardal
Gwlad ENGLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 513759, 428668
Hydred / Lledred -0.27494764624136, 53.741741764865
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol TA138287

Pinnau

Van der Wal Transport

Billy Turner
Wednesday 11th of January 2017 06:21:08 PM
MS Pride of Bruges. MS Pride of Bruges, originally in service as NORSUN (as in the 2002 aerial), is a P&O Ferries ship crossing the North Sea between Zeebrugge and Hull. The ship was built by Nippon Kokan K.K. Tsurumi Yard in Yokohama, Japan. The keel was laid in 1985 and was launched in 1986. Upon completion, the ship entered service in 1987 for Noordzee Veerdiensten or North Sea Ferries, then a joint-venture between Dutch Nedlloyd and British P&O. The first years it sailed on the Rotterdam-Hull route with sister ship Norsea, replacing Norstar and Norland. The Norsun sailed under the Dutch flag and was owned by the Dutch half of the joint-venture, while the Norsea was British. In 1996 ownership transferred to P&O Ferries as Nedlloyd sold its 50% stake to P&O. The ships sailed the Rotterdam route until 2001 when they were replaced by the Pride of Rotterdam and the Pride of Hull. In 2002 the ships were transferred to the Zeebrugge-Hull route, again replacing Norstar and Norland. Both ships were internally modernized before entering service on this new route.

Billy Turner
Thursday 28th of April 2016 07:13:20 PM
MS Norcape. MS Norcape was a ro-ro freight vessel built for the British ferry company P&O Ferries. She was built in 1979 by Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding, Japan as Puma. Later that year, she was renamed Tipperary and began service with B&I Line, operating between Liverpool and Dublin. After 10 years she was transferred to P&O North Sea Ferries and renamed as Norcape. She was laid up in Liverpool in 2010 before going to refit and transferring to the Larne Troon route. She was sold for scrap following a grounding in Troon and cut up in Aliağa, Turkey.

Billy Turner
Thursday 28th of April 2016 07:00:43 PM

Billy Turner
Thursday 28th of April 2016 06:26:39 PM
P&O Ferries Pride of Hull cruise ship

Billy Turner
Thursday 28th of April 2016 05:56:04 PM

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Thursday 28th of April 2016 05:43:29 PM